3 Contoh News Item Tentang Politik Dalam Bahasa Inggris Beserta Artinya Lengkap
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The recent power struggle among political elites may have spilled out onto the street on Friday, as a hardline group with informal ties to defeated presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto held a rally in front of Jakarta City Hall that erupted into what police believe was a coordinated riot.
The Jakarta City Police have arrested at least 20 members of the group, the Islam Defenders Front ( FPI ), following a protest at the City Hall compound on Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan in Central Jakarta on Friday.
More than 10 police officers, including the Gambir Police Precinct chief, were injured, while a number of cars were damaged after hundreds of protesters waving FPI flags threw rocks of considerable size toward the City Council building.
A nearby Transjakarta bus shelter was vandalized and several luxury cars belonging to city council members were damaged.
The FPI had rallied in opposition to Jakarta Deputy Governor Basuki ‘Ahok’ Tjahaja Purnama, a Christian of Chinese descent, objecting to his religious affiliation and ethnic background. Later this month, Ahok will replace president-elect and outgoing Jakarta Governor Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo.
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The FPI has publicly repudiated Ahok, claiming to speak for all Muslim Jakartans when they said they did not wish to be led by a Christian leader ‘ a tenuous claim as the group has no credibility to speak for the larger Muslim community in Jakarta or elsewhere.
The group also took issue with the fact that Ahok, as governor, would automatically head a number of Islamic organizations in Jakarta.
Jokowi was not present at City Hall during the protest and Ahok was in South Korea attending the closing ceremony of the Asian Games.
Jakarta City Police chief Insp. Gen. Unggung Cahyono said that the FPI had engineered the rally to end in violence as the protesters ‘ several of whom had traveled from Bandung, Majalengka and Tasikmalaya in West Java to attend ‘ arrived with rocks in their trucks.
‘It’s not a spontaneous [violent protest],’ said Unggung, who later led at least 200 officers to cordon off FPI headquarters on Jl. Petamburan in Central Jakarta to locate Habib Shahab Anggawi and FPI secretary-general Novel Bamu’min, the alleged coordinators of the violence.
FPI chairman Habib Rizieq apparently refused to turn over Shahab and Novel to the police, instead giving up their assistant, Irwan.
‘We’re still negotiating with Habib [Rizieq],’ said Unggung, who was installed as police chief in early September.
The FPI has acquired a reputation for carrying out violent vigilante acts to ‘reinforce Islamic teachings’.
Gerindra Party Jakarta chairman and council deputy speaker M. Taufik, who once served several years in prison for graft, thanked the group for holding the rally and promised that he would do whatever was necessary to end Ahok’s career. ‘Ahok is to blame for this violence,’ Taufik said.
The FPI supported Prabowo, Gerindra’s patron, during the recent presidential election.
Gerindra’s anger toward Ahok stemmed from the latter’s recent decision to resign from Gerindra in protest at the party’s support of a regional election law that scrapped direct elections for governors, mayors and regents.
Prabowo and his brother, Hashim Djojohadikusumo, have vented their resentment at Ahok publicly, calling him a ‘jumping louse’ for his purported penchant for changing parties.
The FPI protests, however, may not be limited to a repudiation of Ahok’s background and fitness to lead, as the group demanded Ahok retract a statement calling councilors who supported indirect elections ‘extorters’. The Prabowo-led Red-and-White Coalition are staunch supporters of indirect elections. ( fss )
Dubai. Iran’s Haj and Pilgrimage Organization said on Sunday (29/05) the country’s pilgrims would not attend the annual Muslim haj pilgrimage, blaming regional rival Saudi Arabia for “sabotage” and failing to guarantee the safety of pilgrims.
Relations between the two countries plummeted after hundreds of Iranians died in a crush during last year’s haj and after Riyadh broke diplomatic ties when its Tehran embassy was stormed in January over the Saudi execution of a Shi’ite cleric.
“Due to ongoing sabotage by the Saudi government, it is hereby announced that … Iran’s pilgrims have been denied the privilege to attend the haj this year, and responsibility for this rests with the government of Saudi Arabia,” the Haj and Pilgrimage Organization said in a statement carried by Iran state media.
Saudi media earlier said an Iranian delegation had left the kingdom without an agreement over the haj, the second time the two countries have failed to reach a deal.
Saudi Arabia has blamed Iran for the impasse.
“The issue of ensuring the safety of the pilgrims was very important for us, considering the past actions of the Saudi government last year and the martyrdom of many pilgrims from Iran and other countries,” Iranian Culture Minister Ali Jannati told Iran state television.
Iran boycotted the haj for three years after 402 pilgrims, mostly Iranians, died in clashes with Saudi security forces at an anti-US and anti-Israel rally in Mecca in 1987.
Eight months after the last haj, Saudi Arabia has still not published a report into the disaster, at which it said more than 700 pilgrims were killed, the highest death toll at the annual pilgrimage since a crush in 1990.
London. Two leading members of the ruling Conservatives accused British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday (29/05) of breaking his promise to curb immigration, stepping up hostilities in the party over a battle to win next month’s referendum on remaining in the EU.
In an open letter to Cameron, his one-time allies Justice Minister Michael Gove and former London mayor Boris Johnson said “a failure” to curb migration was “corrosive of public trust in politics”.
Cameron is leading a campaign to persuade voters to keep Britain in the European Union in the June 23 referendum and the “Remain” side said the attempt to move the debate onto immigration showed that “Leave” campaigners had lost the argument on the economy.
In the letter circulated by the “Vote Leave” campaign, Gove, Johnson and Gisela Stuart, a member of the opposition Labor Party and fellow campaigner, said voters had been promised that annual net immigration could be cut to the tens of thousands.
“This promise is plainly not achievable as long as the UK is a member of the EU and the failure to keep it is corrosive of public trust in politics,” they wrote.
They pointed to official statistics issued last week showing net migration to Britain reached 333,000 in 2015, the second-highest level for a year since records began in 1975. Of those, a net 184,000 came from the EU, which upholds the principle of free movement.
Immigration is one of the key battlegrounds in what is becoming an increasingly bitter fight over EU membership, with many voters concerned about the strains a growing number of people put on schools, hospitals and housing.
Those campaigning to stay in the European Union said the “Leave” campaign was struggling after losing the argument on the economy and challenged campaigners to describe what Britain would look like if the country left.
“The reason why the Leave people have now really focused on immigration day after day after day is because they have lost comprehensively the debate on the economy,” former Labor prime minister and “Remain” campaigner Tony Blair told the BBC.
“What is now clear … is that if we did vote to leave the economic aftershock would be severe,” he said.
Earlier on Sunday, a poll suggested that nine out of 10 of Britain’s top economists believed the economy would be harmed if Britain left the EU.
Cameron hailed the results as proof that the overwhelming view was that a British exit would hurt the economy, but the “Leave” campaign, which denies it has lost the argument, cast doubt over whether such a “cozy consensus” should be trusted after many supported scrapping the pound 15 years ago.
With his party split over the EU, Cameron could face a revolt after the referendum.
One Conservative lawmaker, Nadine Dorries, told ITV television her “letter is already in” to call on the prime minister to stand aside after the vote.
Meanwhile, a minister in Cameron’s cabinet, Priti Patel, wrote an article accusing the “Remain” campaign of being led by people whose wealth protected them from the impact of immigration.
But former senior minister Iain Duncan Smith, who is campaigning for an exit, said “Leave” should focus on the debate.
“I am not going to be in favor of changing the prime minister at this particular point or at any stage,” he told ITV. “I have always said if he was to stand again I would support him.”
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