Only Campus A Can Give Honorary Prof Degree, Nadiem Sued

Jakarta – Minister of Education and Culture (Mendikbud) Nadiem Makarim was sued to the Supreme Court (MA). This is because Nadiem only allows A-accredited campuses to grant honorary professorship titles. The lawsuit was filed by legal practitioner Heru Widodo to the Supreme Court. Heru Widodo sued Permendikbud No. 38/2021 concerning the Appointment of Honorary Professors … Read more

Surabaya District Court Judge Allows Interfaith Marriage, KUA Officials React

Wednesday, 22 June 2022 – 17:11 WIB Surabaya District Court Judge Imam Supriyadi allowed the RA and EDS couple to hold interfaith marriages in front of Dispendukcapil officials. Photo Illustration: Ricardo/JPNN.com jpnn.com, SURABAYA – The head of the religious affairs office (KUA) of Gubeng Subdistrict, Surabaya City, Abdul Wahid Boedin, responded to the interfaith marriage … Read more

Stains on the KPK’s Claims Behind Samin Tan’s Release

Jakarta – The decision of the Supreme Court (MA) which rejected the KPK prosecutor’s application for the owner of PT Borneo Lumbung Energi & Metal (PT BLEM) Ours Tan tailed the spotlight on KPK. The KPK’s demands are considered not too strong in dismantling the criminal events in this case. The spotlight came from the … Read more

Supreme annuls 99-year lease agreement and gives 30 days to return indigenous land | National

Within 30 days, by order of the Supreme Court, the defendant must return an indigenous land that his mother -now deceased- leased to him for 99 years and which he ceded to a construction company in Panguipulli, in the Los Ríos region. This is because the highest court ruled that giving up the lease, “for … Read more

Judge in Banten Suspect of Sabu Child of Supreme Court High Court, BNN Promise Professional

attack – Head of BNN Banten Province Hendri Marpaung promised to be professional in investigating the two Rangkasbitung District Court judge initials YR (39) and DA (39) who were arrested for possession of 20 grams of methamphetamine. Hendri understands that one of the two judges has a family relationship with the chief justice of the … Read more

‘Survivor says special prosecutor should be wanted’: Govt in hiding | Actress attack

Thiruvananthapuram: The government is playing hide and seek in appointing a special prosecutor as the investigation and trial in the case of attacking the actress and filming the scenes has reached a critical stage. Four-and-a-half months after the resignation of the second special prosecutor due to bad experiences from the trial court, the government is … Read more

EU sanctions against Poland. Liberadzki: These are well-deserved punishments

On Wednesday, the politician was a guest of the “Political Quarter” on the channel of the 1st Polish Television. In the broadcast he talked about the activities of the Polish government and the European Union. Penalties for Poland – Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki agreed to link money with the rule of law. It was the … Read more

YKMI Urges Jokowi to Provide Halal Vaccines and Revoke Circular for Eid Al-Fitr

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Indonesian Muslim Consumer Foundation (YKMI) urges the President Jokowi revoke the homecoming circular which requires vaccines as one of the conditions for traveling. The reason is, they judge that the government has not implemented the Supreme Court’s decision No. 31 P/HUM/2022 regarding the judicial review of Article 2 of Presidential Regulation … Read more

Freezing the Disciplinary Chamber. Manowska admits that she broke the law

In August last year And the President of the Supreme Court, Małgorzata Manowska partially blocked the work of the Disciplinary Chamber. This is the aftermath of the judgment of the Court of Justice of the EU of 15 July. The CJEU then ruled that by establishing a new system of disciplinary liability applicable to judges … Read more

A borough wins a battle against junk food

The borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce won its case this week, when the Supreme Court ruled in its fight against junk food. • Read also: We sleep badly, we eat badly and we move little in a pandemic • Read also: The lifestyle of many Quebecers has deteriorated during the pandemic • Read also: Childhood obesity and … Read more