Pancasila and The Problematic Blasphemy Law

June 13, 2017 citizendaily 0

Post Views: 304   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: 300   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: 250   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 […]


Guarding Ahok’s Legacy

May 14, 2017 citizendaily 0

Post Views: 279   The North Jakarta District Court’s decision to sentence inactive Jakarta governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama to two years in prison for blasphemy has sparked nationwide dismay, with many people believing the […]