Pancasila and The Problematic Blasphemy Law

June 13, 2017 citizendaily 0

Post Views: 496   Indonesia is a multicultural country characterized by the coexistence of several different religions, which poses a potential for conflict. Indonesia claims to be a democratic secular state that does not support […]


Ahok, Sex and a Ghost Story of Democracy

May 25, 2017 citizendaily 0

Post Views: 486   First things first, this title is inspired by the writer-activist Arundhati Roy’s non-fiction, Capitalism: A Ghost Story ( 2015 ), which unveils the dark side of Indian democracy. Through privatization and […]


Papuans Join Waves of Support for Ahok

May 15, 2017 citizendaily 0

Post Views: 496   Thousands of citizens of Jayapura in Papua have joined waves of national and international support for the release of non-active Jakarta Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama from detention as well as […]