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DPR memutuskan menunda pembahasan RUU Pengampunan Pajak dengan alasan mereka masih perlu waktu untuk mempelajari naskah akademiknya.Keputusan DPR ini di luar ekspektasi pemerintah dan dinilai sejumlah kalangan bisa mengurangi kepercayaan masyarakat untuk ikut program tersebut (Kompas, 26/2). Sebelumnya, pemerintah berharap, dengan diterapkannya kebijakan amnesti pajak tahun ini, ada peluang menutup sebagian dari bolong realisasi penerimaan negara sekitar Rp...

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Paus yang ”Membangun Jembatan”Ihsan Ali-FauziSaling komentar antara Paus Fransiskus dan Donald Trump, yang luas diberitakan, mengungkap gagasan penting soal tugas agamawan ”membangun jembatan” (perdamaian). Dengan sumber daya yang ada pada mereka, para agamawan dapat mencontoh Paus dalam memperjuangkan gagasan ini: agar agama menjadi rahmat, bukan laknat, bagi manusia.Dalam kampanyenya sebagai salah satu bakal calon presiden Amerika Serikat, Trump menyatakan ingin membangun tembok yang... (Ihsan Ali-Fauzi)

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The government arrested MV Viking while it was sailing illegally in Indonesian territory, some 12.5 miles north of Tanjung Berakit waters in the Riau Islands. The fishing vessel, bearing no national identity with a dead weight of 3,000 tons, had been pursued by international law enforcers since 2013. The government confirmed that it would sink the ship. Rear Admiral A. Taufiq, Commander of the Western Area Armada, disclosed the matter in Jakarta during a press conference on Friday (26/2/2016). Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti, concurrently the task force commander of eradicating illegal fishing, also attended the conference. Taufiq said Indonesia used the KRI Sultan Thaha Saifudin-376 warship to capture MV Viking on February 25. The vessel was then taken to Tanjung Uban naval base in the Riau Islands. The motor vessel, with code number 8713392, has been the operational target of Interpol since March 21, 2013. This was the first arrest of a ship wanted by international law enforcers in Indonesia. (BM Lukita Grahadyarini; Iwan Santosa)

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When the lights went out and the big screen lit up inside a theater at the CGV Blitz Paris Van Java, Lenny Fransisca (40) did not stay quiet. She had a more important job than to merely watch the film titled Jingga by Lola Amaria (38). On that Wednesday (24/2/2016) afternoon, she was the “eyes” for Romauli (26), her blind colleague. For 102 minutes, Lenny did not stop speaking. When a scene was unclear to Romauli, she asked more detailed questions. “Now the character Jingga is crying. While sitting down, he covered his face with both of his hands,” Lenny whispered. “Why?” Romauli asked slowly. “He has just learned about the death of Marun, his friend. Marun died of blood cancer,” Lenny explained. (Cornelius Helmy Herlambang)

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At least 152 Sumatran elephants (Alphas maximus sumatranus) have been killed since 2012 and the threat continues. The disappearance of elephants in 13 areas is due to the fact that elephant habitats have been turned into plantations and one-crop forest land. Just in January, five elephants were found dead. On Thursday (25/2/2016), an elephant was found dead in Tesso Nilo National Park (TNTN), Riau, by a joint team from the TNTN Center, the police and the Riau World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Syamsidar, Riau WWF spokesman, said a member who was patrolling the TNTN sent Riau WWF a text message on Thursday afternoon about a dead elephant. “There’s no other statement to make. Until now, we have no idea of its gender, whether it is male or female, the time of death or any other information. We can’t contact the patrol team as the phone signal there is low,” he said.

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Instead of relying on an uncertain tax amnesty program, particularly if it requires a compromise to weaken the Corruption Eradication Commission, the government should focus on enforcing the Taxation Law. This is especially important after the Finance Ministry declared 2016 as the year of taxation law enforcement. Taxation professor Haula Rosdiana of the University of Indonesia’s Faculty of Social and Political Sciences and Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency (Fitra) secretary-general Yenny Sucipto separately stated as much in Depok and Jakarta, respectively, on Friday (26/2/2016). Haula said that enforcement of the Taxation Law would be the perfect momentum. Apart from increasing tax receipts for the 2016 state budget, it would also be in line with the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) that was agreed upon by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member states. (C Anto Saptowalyono; Laksana Agung Saputra)

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The House of Representatives has postponed the deliberation of the tax amnesty draft bill because the House members want to examine the academic draft and the draft bill more thoroughly. The House's decision was not anticipated by the government and is considered by a number of circles to have the potential to diminish public trust in participating in the program (Kompas, 26/2/2016). Previously, the government hoped that with the application of the tax amnesty policy this year that there would be opportunities to cover part of the budget shortfall amounting to Rp 290 trillion caused by the fall in revenue from oil and gas as well as commodities, which led to tax collection falling far below the target. In order to avoid economic growth being negatively affected, the government may be forced to expand the budget deficit from 2.15 percent of GDP as stipulated in the 2016 state budget. As a consequence, the government will have to take on more debt to cover part of the rising deficit, besides considering cutting state spending and an option to reduce fuel subsidy spending, which is currently being assessed.

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Widespread opposition to the draft culture bill currently being deliberated by the government is a source of both joy and grief. It is a source of joy as, amid the collapse of ethics, mores, values, norms and conventions that have always served as the foundation of our civilization and nation’s unity, there are still voices believing the importance of safeguarding the core values of culture with all its diversity. It is also a source of grief as the sophisticated arguments of “absolute rejection” ironically sound like yells of Puritanism shouted from above ivory towers and seemingly also rejects the waves of change in general. The opposition feels like inaction in a nation where the levels of violence and intolerance are visibly damaging the fabrics of life and civilization. Indeed the draft bill has a number of flaws. Several of its rules can give way to the establishment of a totalitarian regime in Indonesia, much like China’s Mao era with its destructively bloody cultural revolution. (Yudhistira ANM Massardi)

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The mandatory contributions for the newly approved Tapera savings program places an additional burden on employers and may further reduce their competitive edge, business owners have said, urging the government to seek other alternatives in coping with housing issues. “We don’t want more financial burdens. Business owners have to currently allocate funds for the increase in employment costs by 34.79 percent," the chairman of the association of Indonesian entrepreneurs (Apindo), Hariyadi B. Sukamdani, said during a discussion on the newly approved Tapera housing savings program for workers in Jakarta on Friday (26/2/2016). Besides having to cover employment costs, Hariyadi said, business owners should cover workers’ contributions to health insurance (4 percent of workers’ wages), life insurance (0.3 percent), work accident insurance (between 0.24 percent and 1.74 percent) and old-age benefits (2 percent). Employers would have to spend about 10.24 percent and 11.74 percent for such contributions, excluding those for an annual wage increase of 14 percent within the past 5 years and 8 percent for severance payment reserves. (Nobertus Arya Diangga)

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ReferendumInggris Desak G-20 untuk Tolak BrexitLondon, Jumat Menteri Keuangan Inggris George Osborne mendesak G-20 untuk memberi peringatan tentang bahaya ekonomi jika Inggris keluar dari Uni Eropa. Inggris berharap G-20 akan mengeluarkan pernyataan yang mendukung Inggris tetap bersama UE.Para menteri ekonomi yang tergabung dalam G-20 selama dua hari, Jumat (26/2) dan Sabtu, bertemu di Shanghai, Tiongkok. Kepada BBC, Osborne mengingatkan, Inggris akan mengalami ”guncangan ekonomi yang... (MYR)

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