Based on the number of participants in the General Elections, Indonesia is the largest democracy in Southeast Asia, and the third largest in the world, after India and the United States.
The large number of voters shows the public’s enthusiasm in
Violations of State Civil Apparatus (ASN) neutrality during the 2019 elections were quite prevalent. Unfortunately, law enforcement in the form of sanctions for violating ASNs has been weak.
This was stated by PATTIRO Program Manager, Bejo Untung in
JAKARTA - “Millennial Civil Servants, Pioneer of the Civil Servant Neutrality Movement”, “Out of Date, if Civil Servants do Politics”, “Watch and Report Civil Servant Neutrality Violations”, these are slogans campaigned by the State Civ
Law No. 5 of 2014 on State Civil Apparatus (hereinafter UU ASN) has been in force since its enactment as law on 15 January 2014. The passing of this Law is part of the strategy of national bureaucratic reform, specifically in creating a system of Sta
jpnn.com, JAKARTA - The State Civil Apparatus Law (UU ASN) is considered not appropriate to revise.
Other than being new, the government regulations that derive from this Law have not been published. From the 11 drafts of government regulations