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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Media Asing Ramai Beritakan Demo Kenaikan BBM Di Indonesia [Pic Eksklusif]

Mylinekerr News - JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) – Police fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse thousands of rock-throwing Indonesians protesting plans to push up fuel prices by more than 30 percent. Several people were injured and rushed to hospitals. Rallies were held under tight security in big cities all over the country Tuesday as parliament debated the hike. Some lawmakers said the government had no choice but to cut budget-busting fuel subsidies, which have for years enabled motorists to fill up for roughly $2 per gallon. Others argued raising prices could more than double inflation to 7 percent. With global oil prices surging, most Indonesians realize there’s little choice. But that hasn’t stopped thousands in a nation of 240 million, many of whom live in abject poverty, from taking to the streets every day for the last week.
If a price increase is approved, it will go into effect Sunday.


Indonesian students clash with police during protests against planned fuel price hikes on March 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Thousands of Indonesians students in big cities all over the county gathered to protest the governments plans to increase the price of subsidized fuel by 30 percent. The Indonesian parliament is currently debating the fuel hikes which would go into effect March 25, 2012 if approved. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


A student holds a rock during clashes with police during protests against planned fuel price hikes on March 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Thousands of Indonesians students in big cities all over the county gathered to protest the governments plans to increase the price of subsidized fuel by 30 percent. The Indonesian parliament is currently debating the fuel hikes which would go into effect March 25, 2012 if approved. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


Indonesian students burn a tire during a rally against the government's plan to raise prices of fuel, near the Indonesian presidential palace in Surabaya on March 27, 2012. Thousands of Indonesians protested nationwide amid tight security on March 27 to reject the government's plan to hike the subsidised fuel price in line with rising global oil prices. In Jakarta, more than 20,000 police and soldiers were deployed, amid fears of a repeat of violent protests caused in the past by similar plans to hike the fuel. In 1998, riots and unrest partly triggered by a government fuel price rise brought down the Suharto dictatorship. AFP PHOTO / JUNI KRISWANTO


Indonesian policemen fire tear gas towards students during a protest against the government's plan to raise prices of fuel, near the Indonesian presidential palace in Makasar on March 27, 2012. Thousands of Indonesians protested nationwide amid tight security on March 27 to reject the government's plan to hike the subsidised fuel price in line with rising global oil prices. In Jakarta, more than 20,000 police and soldiers were deployed, amid fears of a repeat of violent protests caused in the past by similar plans to hike the fuel. In 1998, riots and unrest partly triggered by a government fuel price rise brought down the Suharto dictatorship. AFP PHOTO / JALIN


An Indonesian policeman fires tear gas towards students during a protest against the government's plan to raise prices of fuel, near the Indonesian presidential palace in Jakarta on March 27, 2012. Thousands of Indonesians protested nationwide amid tight security on March 27 to reject the government's plan to hike the subsidised fuel price in line with rising global oil prices. In Jakarta, more than 20,000 police and soldiers were deployed, amid fears of a repeat of violent protests caused in the past by similar plans to hike the fuel. In 1998, riots and unrest partly triggered by a government fuel price rise brought down the Suharto dictatorship. AFP PHOTO / ADEK BERRY


Indonesian students clash with police during protest sagaints planned fuel price rises on March 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Thousands of Indonesians students gathered near the Indonesian presidential palace to protest the governments plans to increase the price of subsidised fuel to Rp 6,000 (US$ 0.65) a Litre . (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


Indonesian students clash with police during protests against planned fuel price hikes on March 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Thousands of Indonesians students in big cities all over the county gathered to protest the governments plans to increase the price of subsidized fuel by 30 percent. The Indonesian parliament is currently debating the fuel hikes which would go into effect March 25, 2012 if approved. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


An Indonesian policeman fires tear gas towards students during a protest against the government's plan to raise prices of fuel, near the Indonesian presidential palace in Jakarta on March 27, 2012. Thousands of Indonesians protested nationwide amid tight security on March 27 to reject the government's plan to hike the subsidised fuel price in line with rising global oil prices. In Jakarta, more than 20,000 police and soldiers were deployed, amid fears of a repeat of violent protests caused in the past by similar plans to hike the fuel. In 1998, riots and unrest partly triggered by a government fuel price rise brought down the Suharto dictatorship. AFP PHOTO / ADEK BERRY


Student protesters reacts as a tear gas casing fired by the police explodes during protests against the government's plans to hike the fuel price, in Jakarta on March 27, 2012. Thousands of Indonesians protested nationwide amid tight security on March 27 to reject the government's plan to hike the subsidised fuel price in line with rising global oil prices. AFP PHOTO/OSCAR SIAGIAN

Source pic: http://photos.denverpost.com/mediace...7/#name%20here

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Kasihan Pak SBY yang sedang bersidang di KTT di Korea sana, pasti rekan-rekannya sesama Kepala Pemerintahan pada bertanya: "Ada apa mas Yudhoyono, kok negeri anda ribut-ribut hanya karena menaikkan harga BBM sehingga harganya menjadi cuman sekitar 60 sen-Dollar atau cuman setengah-Euro? Saya simpati pada anda, tapi tentu tidak buat rakyat kita disana. Apa kata dunia?" 

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14 komentar:

  1. Ah dari dulu setiap BBM mw naik didemo tetep ja naek harganya, jadi demo itu cuma bikin cape doank dech kayanya.
    Orang2 kaya itu harusnya mau berbagi kepada saudara2 sebangsa yg miskin, jangan EGOIS, kerjanya SHOPPING, HURA2. yg miskin juga jangan males berusaha n berDo'a..
    malu buanget...nget...nget

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  2. sukanya Naik melulu...kapan turunnya...
    apa gak kasihan yg di bawah nunggu...!!!

    Negara indonesia skarang MISKIN Sumber Daya Alam... Tapi KAYA Demonstrans...!!!


    Bukannya menciptakan Kedamaian Malah bikin kerusakan...!!!

    So Sad.... my Country oh my Country.... :((

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  3. jgn sampai kejadian 1998 terulang lg,,,,,,,,
    kerusuhan dimana2
    bikin ngeri,,,,,,

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  4. bener kate tuh orang, Dari jaman gw kuliah ampe sekarang ude kerja. mati-matian demo juga gak bakalan di turunin tuh BBM. Ud sering demo buat macem2 hal tapi gak pernah di degerin juga

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  5. BBM NAIK = SBY TURUN

    :e:

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  6. http://r12.imgfast.net/users/1216/14/55/14/smiles/3316546941.gif

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  7. right or wrong my country gitu aja kok repoooot

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  8. mau yg mana: negara bangkrut atau bbm naik?

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  9. Negara bangkrut karna para pejabat2 yang koruptor mas bro.. Bukan karna bbm

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  10. aduh masalah BBM lg .

    Capek gw .

    Naik mah naik aja ga usah demo ky gt ga penting bgt.

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