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As expected with a departing administration and a new administration set to take over the management of the country this month saw the resolution of some long outstanding regulatory activity such as the Insurance Law. There remains, however, a number of long outstanding issues that for political or other reasons may still take time to address including the fuel subsidies issue.
While in August the turmoil surrounding the outcome of the presidential election and the hearing the case at the Constitutional Court dominated legal news, government officials and legislators remained busy and still continued to issue numerous new regulations. The uncertainty that the Constitutional Court case created may have taken some attention away from a focus on getting new laws issued, but with the end of the current administration’s term fast approaching, some legislative actions that have been sitting on the current administration’s desk for sometime are getting attention.
Regardless of the presidential election campaign occupying the majority of public attention through June, Indonesian lawmakers kept busy and a number of new laws and regulations were issued.
Indications of fear amongst Indonesian politicians that the Rome Statute could be abused to interfere with the country’s domestic politics. Prime example is this year’s Presidential candidate, Prabowo Subianto
It is questionable whether the Government is ready and will be consistent in traversing the difficult economic road ahead.
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Bank Indonesia was not involved in drafting the Currency Law
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