The increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia has evidently not deterred the country’s second-in-command from reportedly joking about the benefits of alternative medicine.
I Ketut Sudikerta, a former deputy governor of Bali, was sentenced to 12 years in prison after being found guilty of fraud, embezzlement, and money laundering by the Denpasar...
Bali governor says minister should ‘stay quiet,’ as Indonesian officials seem to be at odds about future of Benoa Bay
Bali Governor I Wayan Koster this week emphasized that the announcement last week effectively cancelled the controversial reclamation of Benoa Bay.
Anticipating intimidation, LBH Bali opens complaint center for students protesting lawmakers and the government
"Expressing your rights in public is protected by the law,” LBH Bali said.
‘Stay composed’: Bali gov’t urges tourists and tourism operators not to fret about proposed criminal code changes
The Bali Provincial Government has issued a statement emphasizing that the current draft revisions of Indonesia’s criminal code (RKUHP) has not yet been passed and urging both...
A lawmaker from the House of Representatives (DPR) claimed yesterday that foreigners visiting Indonesia “need not worry” about articles criminalizing sex outside of marriage...
#BaliTidakDiam: Hundreds of university students rally in Denpasar protesting lawmakers and the government
Under the rallying call of #BaliTidakDiam (Bali is not silent), the students voiced their opposition to some pressing issues in Indonesia recently.
Dozens participate in Denpasar rally supporting controversial revisions to law governing Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission
Dozens of people in Denpasar participated in a rally earlier today in support of the revised law governing the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
Dozens of college students in Bali took to the streets of Renon in Denpasar yesterday to demand justice and an end to discrimination against Papuans.