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          Inside the Lebanese campaign to stop a World Bank-funded dam project      Comment   Translate Page      
The dam poses numerous threats and protesters won't be silenced Armed forces enter the Bisri valley to counter protesters on March 24, 2019. Photo by “Save the Bisri Valley”. Used with permission. A group of activists and protestors calling themselves the Save the Bisri Valley campaign have been organizing and standing against the construction of … Continua la lettura di Inside the Lebanese campaign to stop a World Bank-funded dam project
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          Kisah WNI di Kuwait yang Rela Cuti Demi Nyoblos Pilpres 2019      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuwait City - Salah satu diaspora Indonesia di Kuwait, Utary Suhardiman (25), menyempatkan diri untuk cuti kerja setengah hari demi mengikuti pemilihan umum di Kedutaan Besar RI di Kuwait City pada Jumat 12 April 2019.

Utary, pramugari maskapai Kuwait Jazeera Airways, yang dihubungi melalui pesan singkat di Jakarta, Sabtu, mengatakan ia telah meminta izin cuti setengah hari ke atasannya agar diizinkan pulang ke Kuwait saat pemilihan umum.

Satu hari sebelum pemilihan umum berlangsung, Utary mengatakan ia masih bertugas di Baku, Azerbaijan.

"Pagi saya terbang dari Baku ke Kuwait, untungnya masih dapat ikut pemilu,” kata Utary kepada Antara yang Liputan6.com kutip Sabtu (13/4/2019).

Utary mengaku sengaja meluangkan waktu untuk ikut pemilu karena memilih presiden dan anggota dewan merupakan hak sekaligus tanggung jawabnya sebagai warga negara Indonesia.

“Ini pertama kalinya saya memilih di luar negeri, jadi ikut pemilu ini bukti sikap cinta kepada Tanah Air,” kata dia di Kuwait.

Pilpres 2019 RI di Belanda Digelar Hari Libur

Ilustrasi pemilih surat suara.#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F328663

Beda dengan Pilpres 2019 RI di Kuwait, pesta demokrasi Indonesia di Belanda dilangsungkan pada hari libur. WNI pun semakin antusias berpartisipasi.

Sebanyak 11.744 warga negara Indonesia (WNI) di Belanda menggunakan hak pilihnya dalam Pilpres 2019. Demikian seperti disampaikan oleh Sekretariat Panitia Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Den Haag melalui pesan yang dikutip dari Antara.

Pilpres 2019 bagi masyarakat Indonesia di Belanda dilaksanakan pada Sabtu, 13 April 2019 dengan metode pemilihan datang ke tempat pemungutan suara (TPS) dan melalui pos, yang diikuti oleh 11.744 orang WNI.

Penetapan hari pemungutan suara di Belanda pada Sabtu, 13 April 2019, karena memperhatikan hari libur kerja atau sekolah/kuliah WNI di Belanda serta mempertimbangkan antusiasme WNI calon pemilih yang akan hadir di TPS pada pemilu serentak 2019. Sesuai peraturan KPU, pemilihan di luar negeri dapat dilakukan antara tanggal 8-14 April 2019, namun penghitungan suara dilakukan serentak pada 17 April 2019.

Di Den Haag, tersedia lima Tempat Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (TPSLN) dan dua TPS Pos. Sebanyak 9.700 calon pemilih akan hadir ke TPSLN Den Haag yang berlokasi di Sekolah Indonesia Den Haag (SIDH), beralamat di Rijksstraatweg 679, 2245 CB Wassenaar.

Selain datang langsung ke TPSLN, sistem pemilihan juga dilakukan melalui pos bagi 2.044 WNI pemilih yang mengalami kesulitan untuk hadir ke TPSLN. PPLN Den Haag memberikan kesempatan mengirim kembali surat suaranya sebelum 17 April 2019 untuk dapat dihitung pada hari penghitungan.

Apabila surat suara tersebut baru tiba setelah 17 April 2019, maka surat suara tersebut tidak dapat dimasukkan dalam penghitungan.

Sebanyak 199 orang WNI yang tidak terdaftar dalam daftar pemilih tetap luar negeri (DPTLN), masuk sebagai Daftar Pemilih Tambahan (DPTb) yang ditetapkan setelah PPLN mengesahkan DPT pada Desember 2018 yang lalu.

Selain itu, PPLN Den Haag telah mengindikasikan sebanyak 1.026 WNI di Belanda akan masuk ke dalam Daftar Pemilih Khusus (DPK).

Antrean WNI Nyoblos Pilpres 2019 di Australia Picu Gangguan Lalu Lintas

Warga memasukkan surat suara ke dalam kotak suara saat menggunakan hak pilih pada pemungutan suara Pilkada Depok di TPS Kampung Pilkada RW 03, Depok, Jawa Barat, Rabu (9/12). (Liputan6.com/Immanuel Antonius)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F328663

Sementara itu, para ekspatriat Indonesia yang tinggal di Australia rela mengantre berjam-jam untuk berpartisipasi dalam Pilpres 2019. Menurut Komite Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Indonesia, sekitar 15.000 orang berbondong-bondong memberikan hak suara mereka di konsulat Indonesia di Melbourne.

Seperti diberitakan ABC.net.au, Sabtu (13/4/2019), ada sekitar dua juta pemilih Indonesia yang memenuhi syarat tinggal di luar negeri, termasuk 65.000 orang di Australia. Mereka memberikan suara beberapa hari sebelum Tanah Air mereka melangsungkan Pilpres 2019 pada Rabu 17 April.

Banyak orang Indonesia di Australia adalah pelajar dan merupakan pemilih untuk pertama kalinya.

Di antara mereka yang mengantre untuk memberikan hak suara pada hari Sabtu adalah Albert Witanto, seorang siswa di Melbourne. Ia menggambarkan pemilihan tahun ini sebagai "kompetisi yang sangat ketat, seperti ketika Trump berhadapan dengan Clinton".

Ini merupakan pemungutan suara pertama bagi pemuda 22 tahun itu, sehingga dirinya merasa gugup tentang hasilnya nanti. Selain itu, ia juga memiliki harapan tinggi untuk masa depan negaranya.

Siauw Exel Prasadhana Setiawan, siswa Indonesia lain di Melbourne, mengatakan ia dan keluarganya pada awalnya telah melakukan diskusi mendalam tentang apakah akan memilih atau tidak, karena kedua kandidat presiden memiliki kekurangan mereka sendiri.

Meskipun sangat tidak mungkin bahwa pemimpin negara Muslim terbesar di dunia dapat menyelesaikan semua masalah negara dalam jangka waktu lima tahun, Setiawan yang berada di salah satu negara bagian Australia itu menginginkan seorang pemimpin yang dapat mengatasi korupsi dan kelalaian pengelolaan lingkungan, serta meningkatkan perlindungan bagi kaum minoritas.

Di Melbourne, sejumlah besar pemilih menyebabkan gangguan lalu lintas di depan gedung konsulat. Garis pembatas terlihat membentang ratusan meter di luar bangunan tersebut.

Sebagian besar dari para pemilih, sekitar 2.000 orang kabarnya gagal mendaftar online sebelumnya. Mereka diminta mendaftar pada Sabtu pagi dan kembali untuk memberikan suara satu jam sebelum pemilihan ditutup pada pukul 19.00.

Anggraini Prawira, yang mendaftar secara online dan melewatkan antrean, mengatakan dia terkejut melihat kerumunan yang jauh lebih besar daripada pada Pilpres sebelumnya.

"Semua orang sangat antusias untuk datang dan melihat ... dan kami ingin memilih, kami menginginkan yang terbaik untuk Indonesia," kata Anggraini Prawira.

Pilpres 2019 ini menyebabkan perpecahan di antara orang Indonesia, karena pilihan politik yang berbeda-beda. Tetapi Prawira mengatakan dia berharap pemilihan akan berjalan damai dan hasilnya akan dihormati oleh semua pihak -- siapa pun yang menang.

 


          Kisah WNI di Kuwait yang Rela Cuti Demi Nyoblos Pilpres 2019      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuwait City - Salah satu diaspora Indonesia di Kuwait, Utary Suhardiman (25), menyempatkan diri untuk cuti kerja setengah hari demi mengikuti pemilihan umum di Kedutaan Besar RI di Kuwait City pada Jumat 12 April 2019.

Utary, pramugari maskapai Kuwait Jazeera Airways, yang dihubungi melalui pesan singkat di Jakarta, Sabtu, mengatakan ia telah meminta izin cuti setengah hari ke atasannya agar diizinkan pulang ke Kuwait saat pemilihan umum.

Satu hari sebelum pemilihan umum berlangsung, Utary mengatakan ia masih bertugas di Baku, Azerbaijan.

"Pagi saya terbang dari Baku ke Kuwait, untungnya masih dapat ikut pemilu,” kata Utary kepada Antara yang Liputan6.com kutip Sabtu (13/4/2019).

Utary mengaku sengaja meluangkan waktu untuk ikut pemilu karena memilih presiden dan anggota dewan merupakan hak sekaligus tanggung jawabnya sebagai warga negara Indonesia.

“Ini pertama kalinya saya memilih di luar negeri, jadi ikut pemilu ini bukti sikap cinta kepada Tanah Air,” kata dia di Kuwait.

Pilpres 2019 RI di Belanda Digelar Hari Libur

Ilustrasi pemilih surat suara.#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F351827

Beda dengan Pilpres 2019 RI di Kuwait, pesta demokrasi Indonesia di Belanda dilangsungkan pada hari libur. WNI pun semakin antusias berpartisipasi.

Sebanyak 11.744 warga negara Indonesia (WNI) di Belanda menggunakan hak pilihnya dalam Pilpres 2019. Demikian seperti disampaikan oleh Sekretariat Panitia Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Den Haag melalui pesan yang dikutip dari Antara.

Pilpres 2019 bagi masyarakat Indonesia di Belanda dilaksanakan pada Sabtu, 13 April 2019 dengan metode pemilihan datang ke tempat pemungutan suara (TPS) dan melalui pos, yang diikuti oleh 11.744 orang WNI.

Penetapan hari pemungutan suara di Belanda pada Sabtu, 13 April 2019, karena memperhatikan hari libur kerja atau sekolah/kuliah WNI di Belanda serta mempertimbangkan antusiasme WNI calon pemilih yang akan hadir di TPS pada pemilu serentak 2019. Sesuai peraturan KPU, pemilihan di luar negeri dapat dilakukan antara tanggal 8-14 April 2019, namun penghitungan suara dilakukan serentak pada 17 April 2019.

Di Den Haag, tersedia lima Tempat Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (TPSLN) dan dua TPS Pos. Sebanyak 9.700 calon pemilih akan hadir ke TPSLN Den Haag yang berlokasi di Sekolah Indonesia Den Haag (SIDH), beralamat di Rijksstraatweg 679, 2245 CB Wassenaar.

Selain datang langsung ke TPSLN, sistem pemilihan juga dilakukan melalui pos bagi 2.044 WNI pemilih yang mengalami kesulitan untuk hadir ke TPSLN. PPLN Den Haag memberikan kesempatan mengirim kembali surat suaranya sebelum 17 April 2019 untuk dapat dihitung pada hari penghitungan.

Apabila surat suara tersebut baru tiba setelah 17 April 2019, maka surat suara tersebut tidak dapat dimasukkan dalam penghitungan.

Sebanyak 199 orang WNI yang tidak terdaftar dalam daftar pemilih tetap luar negeri (DPTLN), masuk sebagai Daftar Pemilih Tambahan (DPTb) yang ditetapkan setelah PPLN mengesahkan DPT pada Desember 2018 yang lalu.

Selain itu, PPLN Den Haag telah mengindikasikan sebanyak 1.026 WNI di Belanda akan masuk ke dalam Daftar Pemilih Khusus (DPK).

Antrean WNI Nyoblos Pilpres 2019 di Australia Picu Gangguan Lalu Lintas

Warga memasukkan surat suara ke dalam kotak suara saat menggunakan hak pilih pada pemungutan suara Pilkada Depok di TPS Kampung Pilkada RW 03, Depok, Jawa Barat, Rabu (9/12). (Liputan6.com/Immanuel Antonius)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F351827

Sementara itu, para ekspatriat Indonesia yang tinggal di Australia rela mengantre berjam-jam untuk berpartisipasi dalam Pilpres 2019. Menurut Komite Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Indonesia, sekitar 15.000 orang berbondong-bondong memberikan hak suara mereka di konsulat Indonesia di Melbourne.

Seperti diberitakan ABC.net.au, Sabtu (13/4/2019), ada sekitar dua juta pemilih Indonesia yang memenuhi syarat tinggal di luar negeri, termasuk 65.000 orang di Australia. Mereka memberikan suara beberapa hari sebelum Tanah Air mereka melangsungkan Pilpres 2019 pada Rabu 17 April.

Banyak orang Indonesia di Australia adalah pelajar dan merupakan pemilih untuk pertama kalinya.

Di antara mereka yang mengantre untuk memberikan hak suara pada hari Sabtu adalah Albert Witanto, seorang siswa di Melbourne. Ia menggambarkan pemilihan tahun ini sebagai "kompetisi yang sangat ketat, seperti ketika Trump berhadapan dengan Clinton".

Ini merupakan pemungutan suara pertama bagi pemuda 22 tahun itu, sehingga dirinya merasa gugup tentang hasilnya nanti. Selain itu, ia juga memiliki harapan tinggi untuk masa depan negaranya.

Siauw Exel Prasadhana Setiawan, siswa Indonesia lain di Melbourne, mengatakan ia dan keluarganya pada awalnya telah melakukan diskusi mendalam tentang apakah akan memilih atau tidak, karena kedua kandidat presiden memiliki kekurangan mereka sendiri.

Meskipun sangat tidak mungkin bahwa pemimpin negara Muslim terbesar di dunia dapat menyelesaikan semua masalah negara dalam jangka waktu lima tahun, Setiawan yang berada di salah satu negara bagian Australia itu menginginkan seorang pemimpin yang dapat mengatasi korupsi dan kelalaian pengelolaan lingkungan, serta meningkatkan perlindungan bagi kaum minoritas.

Di Melbourne, sejumlah besar pemilih menyebabkan gangguan lalu lintas di depan gedung konsulat. Garis pembatas terlihat membentang ratusan meter di luar bangunan tersebut.

Sebagian besar dari para pemilih, sekitar 2.000 orang kabarnya gagal mendaftar online sebelumnya. Mereka diminta mendaftar pada Sabtu pagi dan kembali untuk memberikan suara satu jam sebelum pemilihan ditutup pada pukul 19.00.

Anggraini Prawira, yang mendaftar secara online dan melewatkan antrean, mengatakan dia terkejut melihat kerumunan yang jauh lebih besar daripada pada Pilpres sebelumnya.

"Semua orang sangat antusias untuk datang dan melihat ... dan kami ingin memilih, kami menginginkan yang terbaik untuk Indonesia," kata Anggraini Prawira.

Pilpres 2019 ini menyebabkan perpecahan di antara orang Indonesia, karena pilihan politik yang berbeda-beda. Tetapi Prawira mengatakan dia berharap pemilihan akan berjalan damai dan hasilnya akan dihormati oleh semua pihak -- siapa pun yang menang.

 


          Baku City Circuit (BCC) today announced that one of the most electrifying artists in world music, Cardi B, will close out the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2019 on Sunday 28th April, capping off a weekend of thrilling action and entertainment in the Pearl of the Caspian      Comment   Translate Page      
Cardi B To Close Out The FORMULA 1 AZERBAIJAN GRAND PRIX 2019 Superstar rapper confirmed to perform in Baku on Sunday, April 28th Baku City Circuit (BCC) today announced that one of the most electrifying artists in world music, Cardi B, will close out the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2019 on Sunday 28th April, […]
          F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2019 interactive race tracker      Comment   Translate Page      
April 26-28, 2019 -- #F1 #Formula1 @F1 #F1Azerbaijan The Azerbaijan Grand Prix, the fourth race of the Formula One 2019 season, takes place at the Baku City Circuit. Interactive graphic shows animated circuit map and course profile, with details including typical speeds and gears, timing sectors, and DRS activation zones.
          Pakistani pharmaceutical company eyes to enter Azerbaijani market      Comment   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) Baku, Azerbaijan, April 14 By Sara Israfilbayova ? Trend: Pakistani pharmaceutical company WnsFeild Pharmaceuticals eyes to enter the Azerbaijani marke...
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          Azerbaijani alcoholic beverage producer eyes to export wine to China      Comment   Translate Page      
Azerbaijani alcoholic beverage producer eyes to export wine to China...
          Lịch thi đấu bóng đá hôm nay và ngày mai 18/4/2019      Comment   Translate Page      

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          4/14/2019: NEWS: Politics put aside for ambassadors’ mock Seder      Comment   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON – The Croatian, Cypriot and Azerbaijani ambassadors gathered in a synagogue to read the Haggada and eat gefilte fish. No, this isn’t a beginning of a joke, rather it was the annual ambassadors’ Seder, organized by AJC, which took place...
          Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix,Bottas 2nd      Comment   Translate Page      

Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix,Bottas 2nd

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Lewis Hamilton beat teammate Valtteri Bottas to win the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix, with the Mercedes AMG Petronas team securing their third consecutive 1-2 finish of the season in Formula 1's 1,000th race.     Though Bottas had qualified on pole position and had the measure of Hamilton earlier in the weekend, it was the Briton who got the jump on the Finn at the start, with a better getaway seeing the 44 Mercedes lead into the first corner. Behind them, both Ferraris also swapped places, with Charles Leclerc now ahead of Sebastian Vettel.     While the front-runners all negotiated the first lap cleanly, there was drama further down the field, as the Toro Rosso of Daniil Kvyat made contact with the McLarens of Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz, both of whom required a trip to the pits for new front wings, putting them well down the order. Kvyat was handed a drive-through penalty for causing the collision in what would prove to be an untidy race for the Russian.    The opening laps continued without much in the way of incident, though Vettel was soon on Leclerc's tail after the Monegasque lost time locking up into the hairpin. Though unable to overtake, the German appeared to have a quicker car than his young teammate, and the team controversially ordered Leclerc to let Vettel by on lap 11.     By this stage, Vettel was five seconds adrift of Bottas in second place, losing time after himself locking up at the hairpin on lap 14, and by this stage it appeared as if the race was playing nicely into the hands of Mercedes.     Clearly irked at having been ordered to let Vettel by, Leclerc radioed his team to say that he was now losing time behind his teammate, having closed on the German after his hairpin lock up.     Vettel was the first of the top four to pit on lap 18, emerging just in front of Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who had pitted the previous lap after quietly going about his business in fifth place, and was soon looking for a way past the German. The Dutchman made a DRS-assisted lunge down the inside of Vettel at the hairpin but the Ferrari was able to edge back in front on the exit of the corner, nudging Verstappen onto the grass as he did so.     Vettel was now setting faster lap times on his fresh rubber, prompting Mercedes to bring Bottas in for tyres on lap 22, the Finn emerging in third ahead of the Vettel-Verstappen battle but behind Leclerc, who stopped the following lap and emerged in fifth, while Hamilton was able to pit without losing his lead.     With the dust having settled on the tyre stops, Hamilton now led Bottas by 1.6s on lap 26, with Vettel 7.6s behind the Finn in third and seemingly unable to cope with the pace of the two Mercedes.     Elsewhere in the race, Alex Albon had been quietly impressive in his Toro Rosso, up into 12th place by this point after starting from the pitlane following a heavy practice crash. By contrast, his teammate Kvyat was having a torrid time, with a slow pit stop adding to his previous woes. The Russian made another unscheduled stop midway through the race for a new nose cone, and would ultimately retire from a forgettable race on lap 44.     Kimi Raikkonen also looked in fighting mood, the Alfa Romeo driver overtaking both Haas cars within a couple of laps of each other to move up to ninth after his late pit stop. Albon soon also overtook the Haas of Kevin Magnussen, who was struggling with a lack of pace and was then passed again by Lance Stroll's Racing Point.     Verstappen's second pit stop on lap 35 triggered all the front-runners to likewise, with Vettel following in on lap 36 and Mercedes notably double-stacking their two drivers on lap 37, with Bottas imploring the team not to make him lose time while his mechanics served Hamilton's car. But while the Briton once again emerged without losing his lead, Bottas found himself held up behind the Ferrari of Leclerc, who hadn't pitted and soon had his mirrors full of the Mercedes.     After an abortive overtaking attempt at the hairpin on lap 38, Bottas made no mistake at the same point the following lap, but the time lost squabbling with Leclerc meant he was now six seconds adrift of Hamilton in the lead. That gap increased to 7.5s by lap 42, by which point the Finn had seemingly accepted that second place was the maximum he was going to achieve today.     Vettel also made it past Leclerc, who came in for his second stop on lap 43, emerging in fifth place behind Verstappen but with fresher tyres than those ahead of him. The Monegasque was unable to make significant headway, however, and by this point the top six positions looked fairly set, with Verstappen's teammate Pierre Gasly at the rear of the leading group.     Untroubled at the front, Hamilton took to team radio to ask who currently held fastest lap, the Briton clearly keen to maximise his points haul from a race in which his Mercedes team had been surprisingly superior over the Ferraris. That honor, however, ultimately went to Gasly, who took advantage of a big gap back to Daniel Ricciardo's Renault in seventh to pit for fresh rubber two laps from the end without losing a place, and the Frenchman duly nabbed fastest lap and an extra championship point on the very last lap of the race.     Elsewhere, Ricciardo finished best of the rest behind the top three teams in seventh spot, followed by the Racing Point of Sergio Perez, who notably made up four positions on the opening lap. Raikkonen was ninth for his third points finish in as many races, and an impressive drive from the pitlane saw Albon take the final point in tenth.     The day, though, belonged to Hamilton, who serenely led every lap of the race after assuming the lead at the first corner, a far cry from an untidy Friday practice session in which he spun and claimed he was at a loss as to what was wrong with his car.     "It's not been the most straightforward of weekends, but what a fantastic result for the team," said Hamilton after his 75th Formula 1 race victory. "To have a one-two is really special, the start was where I was able to make the difference and from there the rest is history."     While Hamilton had made a perfect start from second on the grid, Bottas rued his poor getaway that set the tone for the afternoon. "I lost [the race] at the start, otherwise the car was okay and the pace was similar. I got some wheelspin over the white line [after the starting grid] and lost it there."     Meanwhile, Vettel seemed resigned that Mercedes were quicker than Ferrari when it mattered this weekend. "We tried to stick with them, but we just couldn't. They were too quick, right from the start."     The result sees Mercedes continue their perfect start to the 2019 season, with three 1-2 finishes in as many races. Hamilton's win takes him to the top of the drivers' standings for the first time on 68 points, six points ahead of Bottas with Verstappen already some way adrift in third with 39 points.     The next round of the 2019 Formula 1 season is the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on April 28. 

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