One-on-one with Jusuf Kalla
We had the honor and privilege to interview Vice President, Jusuf Kalla, on April 18, 2019, less than 24 hours after the nationwide elections.
Kalla is known as prominent businessman turned veteran politician, serving two five-year terms as vice president for two different presidents. He was the critical figure in mediating peace in Aceh along with conflicts in Poso and Ambon and has been called “the peacemaker”. He was also tasked with running the country’s economy during Yudhoyono’s first term. As he is about to complete his second five-year term as vice president, we take a look on his thoughts, insights and legacy regarding Indonesia's progress in the election, the economy, politics and international affairs.
0.19 - 1.58: Introduction
2.02 - 5.09: 2019 Presidential Election
Update on the 2019 Indonesian presidential election
Incumbent President Joko Widodo’s impression on the quick count results
President Joko Widodo’s priorities if elected for second term
5.10 - 11.32: Indonesia’s Manufacturing Industry
Concerns for Indonesia’s development in manufacturing
Digitalization of manufacturing: the Industry 4.0
The global supply chain and Indonesia’s participation
11.40 - 16.03: Priority Draft Bills
The progress for the parliament’s priority legislation bills
The President’s role in issuing draft legislations and decrees
Importance of data privacy protection bill
16.14 - 24.53: Indonesia, Myanmar, and ASEAN
Lessons from Indonesia’s history for ASEAN members
Kalla’s role as “the peacemaker” in mediating major conflicts in Indonesia
Indonesia’s effort and aid in Myanmar’s development towards reform and conflict resolution
The similarities and close ties between Indonesia and Myanmar since pre-independence days
25.00 - 28.33
Jusuf Kalla’s legacies and setbacks
Next plans after term as Vice President ends this October
28.42 - 29.47
Podcast hosts: Shawn Corrigan, Tanita, Veronica
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