Munir’s Murder Mystery

Munir’s Murder Mystery NO one seems to take responsibility for the missing 320-page report by the fact-finding team investigating the killing of human rights activist Munir Said Thalib in 2004. The government of President Joko Widodo claims not to have it, but neither does the preceding one. Yet the record shows that the completed report was submitted to the State Secretariat 11 years ago. Is this yet another attempt to cover up the real perpetrators of the murder? Interview: Minister Jonan On Energy Issues THE former transportation minister has re-entered the Working Cabinet of President Joko Widodo, this time to head the most problematic department of them all, that of energy and mineral resources. A pile of work awaits Jonan, whose priority tasks will be the one-price fuel policy and the completion of the massive 35,000 megawatt power project. Outreach: Controlling Zoonotics WHILE other countries grapple with Zika, for decades Indonesia has had to deal with other kinds of zoonotic diseases, like rabies and anthrax. Since the 1990s, rabies has killed more than 200 people in East Nusa Tenggara province and taken 12 lives last year on Bali Island. Eff orts to eradicate rabies has been initiated in Flores and Lembata by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, with the help of the local Catholic church. Meanwhile, across vast areas of Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi, anthrax still pose a big problem for people. In Gorontalo, Sulawesi, the local animal husbandry unit helps farmers to control the spread of anthrax.

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