Wawancara: Polri – KPK (Indonesian SBS Radio)


KPK-Polri

Is the difficulty in the relationship between the Indonesian Commission for the Elimination of Corruption and the Indonesian police the result of personalities, history or policy? Mr Pan Mohamad Faiz addresses the issues.

Interview in Bahasa Indonesia can be found here: http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/indonesian/en/content/polri-kpk

Wawancara Panel dengan SBS Radio Australia


PILPRES RI: HASIL AKHIR

25th July, 2014 by Sri Dean

SBS RadioBagaimana rakyat Indonesia menanggapi pengumuman tentang kemenangan Jokowi? Bagaimana tanggapan mereka terhadap reaksi Prabowo? Bagaimana seharusnya kita menilai kejujuran dan keadilan dari kampanye dan pelaksanaan Pilpres 2014? Apa yang akan terjadi selanjutnya? A/Profesor Marcus Mietzner, dosen senior dari Sekolah Studi Asia dan Pasifik Univesritas Nasional Australia, Pan Mohamad Faiz, mahasiswa PhD Hukum Konstitusi di Universitas Queensland, dan Titi Anggraini, Direktur Eksekutif Perludem, Perkumpulan untuk pemilu dan demokrasi, membahas semuanya itu dan hal-hal terkait lainnya.

Dengarkan diskusi Panelnya pada tautan berikut ini: SBS Radio Australia.

Interview with the Conversation


25 July 2014, 10.24am AEST

Audio Q&A: Prabowo’s appeal to the Constitutional Court

International leaders have begun congratulating Indonesia’s president-elect Joko Widodo. But losing candidate Prabowo Subianto is yet to concede defeat.

After a dramatic withdrawal from the vote-counting process hours before the Election Commission (KPU) announced the official result on Tuesday, Prabowo’s legal team announced on Wednesday their plans to challenge the KPU’s decision.

Prabowo claimed there had been a massive, structured and systematic fraud in the election. To establish this before the court, the burden of proof is on Prabowo.

Pan Mohamad Faiz, a PhD candidate in constitutional law, said Prabowo would have “a very hard time to prove before the court” that irregularities in the election rendered the result invalid.

You can listen to Faiz’s explanation below:

Source: The Conversation