Daily Archives: Monday November 10th, 2014

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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Openness Coalition of West Kalimantan Urge the Governor to Induct West Kalimantan Information Commission

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Ahead of the 5th year celebration of Freedom of Information Law, there are still provinces that donít have the Information Commission. It shows the weakness of the region’s commitment to realize the mandate of Freedom of Information Law. Since August 21st, 2014, West Kalimantan Information Commission members already elected according to Announcement Letter by District Parliament No. 162/139/DPRD-D on August …

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Expanding their Networking, the South Sulawesi FoINI Form a Coalition with Makassar Civil Society


Although it has been a subject of discussion among various of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) since years ago, public information disclosure is still the main concern of those CSOs desiring of the realization of transparent and accountable governance. To fulfil this aspiration, the Makassar Legislative Monitoring Committee – Komite Pemantau Legislatif (KOPEL) Makassar – which is part of the Freedom …

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