Monthly Archives: November 2014

7 Recommendations From CSO For Strengthening Democracy

Sejumlah perwakilan masyarakat sipil membacakan rekomendasi dan pernyataan sikap terkait penguatan demokrasi di Indonesia. Rabu (26/11/14).

Jakarta, Kebebasaninformasi.org – Dozens of civil society from all over Indonesia has conducted the National Conference of Civil Society (KNMS) for Strengthening Democracy in Indonesia after the 2014 election, on Tuesday-Wednesday (November 25-26th, 2014). The results of these conferences are recommendations to be submitted to the government to be material to strengthen the democracy in the future. There are 7 …

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Election Commission Chairman: The Success of Election due to CSO Roles

Ketua Komisi Pemilihan UMUM, Husni Kamil Manik, saat memberikan sambutan dalam acara Konferensi Nasional Masyarakat Sipil 2014

Jakarta, Kebebasaninformasi.org – A number of civil society organizations conducted National Conference to discuss the post-electoral democracy, on Tuesday (November 25th, 2014). The activities discussed the important issues related to the sustainability of democracy in Indonesia. A number of experts and officials participated in activities which carried out by the Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW), Indonesian Parliamentary Center (IPC), JPPR, Puskapol …

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Air Force Information Service Department Held Freedom of Information Socialization

Sosialisasi UU KIP di lingkungan Lanud HAS Hanandjuddin, Bangka Belitung, Senin (17/11/2014). Sumber: okezone.com

Bangka Belitung, Kebebasaninformasi.org –  Air Force Information Service Department (Dispenau) held socialization related to the Law No. 14 of 2008 on Freedom of Information Law (KIP) in Hanandjoeddin Airfield, Bangka Belitung Islands, on Monday (November 17th, 2014). The socialization has implemented by Team Safari of Direct Information (Pensung) Dispenau led by Lt. Col. Sus Ernest DJ Fambrene along with Lt. Col. …

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Civil Society Held National Meeting to Strengthen the OGP Implementation

Sejumlah masyarakat sipil melaksanakan pertemuan nasional untuk membahas implementasi Open Government Partnership (OGP) di Indonesia.

Jakarta, Kebebasaninformasi.org – A number of civil society organizations from various regions in Indonesia will hold national meetings for strengthening coordination to oversee the implementation of Open Government Partnership (OGP) in the reign of Joko Widodo – Jusuf Kalla. The meeting held in Jakarta on November, 19-20th, 2014, will discuss strategic issues which will be submitted to the government. This …

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Discuss the Freedom of Information Law, Law Constitutional Asked the Applicant to Clarify the Constitutional Loss

Kuasa Hukum Pemohon Veri Junaidi saat menyampaikan dalil-dalil permohonan uji materi UU Keterbukaan Informamsi Publik, Senin (10/11). Foto: Humas MK

A number of Members of Central and Districts Information Commission considers that Article 29 of the Freedom of Information Law were contradictory with the independence of the Information Commission. Therefore, they perform a judicial review on the law to the Constitutional Court (MK). Monday (November 11th, 2014), The Court held the first hearing with preliminary examination agenda. In the trial, …

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Since the Data is Vulnerable to Leak, Central Information Commission Support the Moratorium of e-KTP

E-KTP. Tempo/Tony Hartawan

Jakarta, Kebebasaninformasi.org – Minister of Internal Affairs, Tjahyo Kumolo states will do moratorium of the e-KTP program. Programs that have been implemented since the previous Minister, Gamawan Fauzi will be stopped due to several reasons. First, according to Tjahyo, Ministry of Internal Affairs need to evaluate the quality and quantity of data. Secondly, it is also necessary to evaluate the …

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FoINI of South Sulawesi Held Public Discussion

Diskusi Publik Transparansi Mewujudkan Pemerintahan Bersih dan Bebas Korupsi

Public discussion that organized by KOPEL Indonesia in collaboration with Anti-corruption Clinic, on Thursday (November 13th, 2014) at 09.30 pm. Discussions are taking place in the Laica Marzuki video conference Faculty of Law, University of Hasanuddin, and attended by various society elements, including students, academicians, and NGOs. Discussions with the theme Transparency Create a Clean and Free of Corruption Government. …

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Bojonegoro is Ready to Implement the Freedom of Information Law

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Bojonegoro, Kebebasaninformasi.org – Around 80 sub-district officials and General Hospital of Bojonegoro officials expressed readiness to implement the Freedom of Information Law in their area. In accordance with article 13 of Freedom of Information Law, every public body including the district office must establish the Documentation and Information Management Officer (PPID). “In our opinion, as the sub-district secretaries, anything that …

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Central Information Commission Push Audit Transparency

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Jakarta, Kebebasaninformasi.org – The commissioner of Central Information Commission, Yhannu Setiawan, said that he supported the steps of the Supreme Audit Board (BPK) to prioritize the transparency in financial audit. “Central Information Commission hopes that the Supreme Audit Board may also encourage the openness in state institutions as a public body. This is important considering transparency, accountability, and public participation …

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West Kalimantan Civil Societies Compile the Position Papers Acceleration of West Kalimantan Information Commission Inauguration

West Kalimantan District Parliament has finished choose 5 Commissioner for Information Commission and announced by District Parliament through letter No. 162/139 / DPRD-D on August 21st, 2014. However, until November 10th, 2014, West Kalimantan Information Commission has not inducted by the Governor of West Kalimantan. Response to these conditions, the elements of civil society in West Kalimantan consolidating themselves to …

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District Parliament Meetings Should be Open

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Legislative Monitoring Committee (Kopel) Indonesia requested South Sulawesi District Parliament to hold open meetings in each session and discussion in the Parliament. According to Kopel, based on the Freedom of Information Law (KIP), there is no substantial reason for both in the District or Sub-district to hold the meeting in a closed. Coordinator of Financial Advocacy Division of Kopel District …

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