President Jokowi assembles elite team to boost Ganjar Pranowo’s 2024 presidential campaign

President Joko Widodo has curated a team of seven to guide Ganjar Pranowo’s 2024 presidential campaign, demonstrating his clear support for the candidate and quelling rumors of his backing for other potential candidates, according to Hasto Kristiyanto, Secretary-General of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP).

Indonesian president warns ASEAN ‘can’t be proxy’ of any country

Indonesian President Joko Widodo stresses that ASEAN should not become a proxy for other countries amidst rising US-China tensions.

Uncertainty surrounds President Jokowi’s support for the Indonesia Presidential Election 2024

Amidst speculation surrounding President Jokowi’s support for the 2024 presidential election, PDIP politician Adian Napitupulu disclosed that Jokowi mentioned Ganjar as his choice. Meanwhile, meetings between Jokowi and Prabowo Subianto have sparked further discussions.

Jokowi’s admission of political interference in 2024 election sparks controversy and impeachment concerns

Indonesian President Joko Widodo, also known as Jokowi, recently admitted to intervening in the country’s political affairs ahead of the 2024 Election. He defended his actions, arguing they were lawful and aimed at ensuring a smooth electoral process for the sake of national interests. However, constitutional law experts argue that Jokowi’s interference could be construed as a misuse of state resources, violating electoral laws and potentially amounting to grounds for impeachment.

President Jokowi and Megawati Soekarnoputri reaffirm solidarity at PDI-P national working meeting

The public display of solidarity between President Jokowi and Megawati Soekarnoputri dispelled rumors of a strained relationship as they expressed full support for PDI-P candidate Ganjar Pranowo. Speculation had suggested Jokowi’s preference for another candidate, but their united front at the PDI-P National Working Meeting showcased solidarity and commitment.

Indonesia’s Widodo says no real progress on Myanmar peace plan

Indonesian President Joko Widodo stated that Southeast Asian nations have made “no significant progress” in implementing a peace plan to end the violence in Myanmar during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit. Divisions among ASEAN members and the junta’s refusal to engage with opponents have hampered efforts. The draft of the summit statement reflects the diplomatic challenges in addressing the crisis, and calls for a review of ASEAN’s charter principles.

Indonesia president expresses regrets for past rights abuses in country

JAKARTA, INDONESIA — Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Wednesday expressed regret over…

New Indonesia capital imperils ancient Eden with ‘ecological disaster’

by Marchio Gorbiano with Dessy Sagita in Jakarta JAKARTA, INDONESIA — The…

Jokowi and Xi Jinping to hold bilateral meeting during G20 summit in Bali

BALI, INDONESIA — The two leaders of Indonesia and China, Indonesia’s President…

Jokowi and Xi Jinping to witness dynamic test of Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway project from Bali

JAKARTA, INDONESIA — Indonesian President Joko” Jokowi” Widodo and his Chinese counterpart…