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BALI UPDATE #1051 - 24 October 2016

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Under Suspicion Again
Bali Police Ruled to Have Acted Outside the Law in Halting Property Fraud Investigation Against Actor Jeremy Thomas

Hukumonline.com and the State News Agency Antara both report that Sutrisno, the sole judge in an administrative court action before the Denpasar District Court, has ruled in favor of Australian businessman, Alexander Patrick Morris, in a case filed against the Bali Police in charging the police with violating official procedure and acting outside the law.

The procedural action argued that police acted improperly when they officially halted a criminal investigation against Indonesia actor Jeremy Thomas in connection with an ongoing investigation on charges of embezzlement and fraud in a property case involving a villa in Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali.

The judge ruled that the Bali police had acted improperly and outside standard procedures in the issuance of an Order to Halt an Investigation (SP3)

“I have ruled in favor of the plaintiff in a criminal case that named Jeremy Thomas as a suspect in a case of embezzlement and fraud involving a piece of land at Kedewatan, Ubud,” ruled Judge Sutrisno.

The judge, however, refused the Plaintiff’s request that Jeremy Thomas be placed under arrest, ruling the power of arrest remained the prerogative of the investigators (i.e. the police).

Following the Judge’s ruling, a four-man legal team of the Bali Police refused any comment on the legal decision, saying they would first consult with their superiors in the matter.

IB Putu Astina, the lead legal counsel acting on behalf of Australian Alexander Patrick Morris, expressed his happiness with the decision of the Court, even though their calls for Thomas’ arrests was not granted.

“I hope that investigators will (now) reopen the case and see the matter formally brought to an end. Through the revocation of the SP3 for Jeremy Thomas the investigating officers should now bring the case to trial,” said Astina.

Astina told the press that the arrest and detention of Jeremy Thomas was valid in the eyes of the law because the investigators had attached an order with supporting proof sufficient to proceed with the arrest and detention of the Actor.

Astina commented: “The action of the defendant (The Bali Provincial Police) in issuing the SP3 was illegal and their order to end the investigation appears to have been done with impunity or, in other words, in opposition with the law.”

The case against Jeremy Thomas dates from the purchase of a 35 are parcel (3,500 square meters) of land in Dewatan, Ubud in 1999 by Alexander Patrick Morris. Because Morris is a foreigner, he “borrowed” the name of an Indonesian nominee Rudio Marcio who acted as an agent in the property transaction.

In 2000 a villa was erected on the parcel of land.

Morris, who worked as an independent commissioner for PT Astra International, was a long-standing acquaintance of Jeremy Thomas who undertook to build a spa on a 12 are (1,200 square-meter) section of the land, adjacent to Morris’ villa.

When Patrick asked Jeremy Thomas to borrow money from a bank to build the spa, Jeremy requested in 2013 that the title on the land be transferred from Marcio to his name in order to facilitate the approval process for the loan from the Bank.
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Because of a close friendship between Jeremy Thomas and the Australian, he agreed that Jeremy assume nominee ownership of the property and villa.

Problems arose when the bank provided Rp. 17 billion to Jeremy Thomas who never reported how the borrowed funds co-signed by Morris were being used.

In the end, Morris was only given Rp. 1 billion by Jeremy Thomas, who in turn charged the Indonesia actor with embezzlement and fraud under sections 378 and 372 of the Indonesian Criminal Code (KUHP).


Snake or Lizard?
Strange Reptile that Visited Bali Policemanís Home Has People Wondering: Is it a Snake or a Lizard?

Beritabali.com reports the strange case of the discovery of a four-legged reptile and the resulting debate over whether the animal is a snake or some sort of lizard.

The strange looking reptile was found at the home of a ranking police official from Jembrana, I Ketut Sukarta, on Monday afternoon, October 17, 2016.

Many who have seen the reptile insist it is not a snake, but a lizard with a very long body and tail. At the same time, there are those who insist the shape and scaled skin of the reptile suggest it is a snake.

A Bali veterinarian with a keen interest in reptiles, Dr. I Gusti Putu Suasnawa, is not prepared to finally declare the reptile to be a lizard or a snake.

The long body, the considerable distance between the front and back legs, and its scaled skin he said are consistent with classifying the reptile as a snake.

After examining the reptile, Dr. Suasnawa postulated that the animal might even be a snake with a genetic deformity.

Authorities are now seeking experts in the fields of reptiles and genetics to make a final determination in the case: snake or lizard? 


A Very Bad Exchange
French Exchange Student Arrested in Bali for Stealing a Motorcycle

A 22-year-old Frenchman, described as an exchange student, is facing an extended stay in Bali after his arrest by police from the Kuta Police Precinct for vehicle theft

The Frenchman was arrested on Thursday, October 13, 2016 for stealing a motorcycle parked at the McDonald’s Restaurant on Jalan Dewi Sri in Kuta. As reported by Suaradewata.com and Metrobali.com, Arnaud Gerard Serge Blazy stole the parked motorcycle on Thursday, October 13, 2016.

Police have identified Blazy as a French exchange student staying at Villa Joglo in Legian, Kuta.

While visiting the McDonalds, Blazy was filmed by a CCTV camera stealing a motorcycle owned by Husni Hasan (31), an employee of the Restaurant. Based on CCTV camera footage, reports supplied by eyewitnesses and their follow-up investigation, police eventually traced the bike to Villa Joglo where Blazy was staying and discovered the stolen motorcycle parked outside.

The Frenchman explained to police that he stole the motorcycle as a “joke” because he lacked transportation in Bali.

The punch line to Blazy’s failed attempt at humor is a pending charge for theft that carries a maximum prison term of 5 years. 


Seeking New Connections
Provincial and Regency Sources Scramble to Raise Fund to Replace Pedestrian Bridge Between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan

The Provincial Government of Bali is seeking funds to repair the Jembatan Kuning – a pedestrian suspension bridge connecting Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan that collapsed on Sunday, October 16, 2016, killing 8 and injuring many more.

As reported by NusaBali, Rp. 45 billion to repair the bridge is promised from the Provincial budget for 2017. Rp. 15 billion allocated for the repair and maintenance of the bridge in the 2016 budget was not used before formal deadlines and therefore returned to the treasury.

The Rp. 45 billion allocated from the 2017 budget to repair the bridge is funded from a special allocation. Bali’s Deputy Governor Sudikerta reminded the press that the job of repairing the bridge belongs to the Regency of Klungkung, but that the Province was nonetheless providing supporting funds for the rebuilding of the bridge.

Sudikerta said access between the two islands is now being maintained by using small locally owned boats until such a time as the new bridge can be designed and constructed.

Police are treating the scene of the collapsed bridge as a crime scene. Police lines have been installed around the bridge while photographic and physical evidence are collected to conclude if criminal negligence or sabotage played any role in the bridge’s failure. Those who were on the bridge or nearby when it collapsed are being interviewed as witnesses

Work has started on removing the bridge’s remnants to prepare the way for construction of a replacement bridge can commence in the near future.

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Copping it for Murdering a Copper
David Taylor and Sara Connor Headed for Day in Court in the Murder of a Balinese Policeman

After two months imprisonment, Englishman David James Taylor (35) and his Australian girlfriend Sara Connor (45) were referred to State Prosecutors by Bali Police on Monday, October 17, 2016, charged with the murder of a Balinese policeman, I Wayan Sudarsa.

Nusa Bali reports that the couple, traveling under heavy guard and in separate vehicles, were brought from Police Headquarters to the State Prosecutor office on Jalan PB Sudirman in Denpasar.

After processing by State Prosecutors the couple was then delivered in two armored vehicles to Bali’s Kerobokan Prison where they will be held until brought to trial. Prosecutors have twenty days to prepare the formal charges against the two for presentation to the Court.

The two are charged with causing the death of the Balinese policeman under sections of the law that provide for a maximum imprisonment of 15 years.

David Taylor has admitted to unintentionally killing the Balinese police on the sands of Kuta Beach apologized in writing to the dead man’s family.

Meanwhile, Sara Connor is insisting she bears no responsibility in the policeman’s death, claiming she was an innocent bystander in the homicide.

Policeman Wayan Sudarsa uniformed body was found on Kuta Beach at 3:30 am on Wednesday, August 17, 2016, dead with 39 wounds caused by a blunt object .

A 35-year veteran of the police. Sudarsa is survived by his wife, a schoolteacher, and two sons.

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A Galactic Calamity
Garuda Indonesia Ban Samsung Galaxy 7 Smart Phones from all Flights

In accordance with recommendations made by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Indonesian Flag Carrier Garuda Indonesia has formally forbidden passengers from carrying or operating the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all flights.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, the prohibition against Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smart phones applies to both the Samsung Note 7 model and the replacement phone issued by Samsung.

The banning of the Samsung smart phones by Garuda Indonesia applies to the phones carried in the cabin, baggage or as cargo.

Garuda has placed announcement at check-in counters and sales offices reminding passengers that their Samsung Galaxy smart phones cannot be brought on board the airplane even if they are in a deactivated and in a turned off state.


To Those in Knead
Bali Culinary Professionals Teach Bali Orphans How to Bake

The Bali Culinary Professionals (BCP) and Young Chefs Club Indonesia – Bali (YCCI) – associations of professional chefs who are affiliated with the World Association of Chef Societies – marked International Chefs' Day on Thursday, October 20, 2016, by providing a “hands-on” tour of the Prambanan Kencana Baking Center in Bali to a group of Bali orphans.

fort to inspire the young orphans to consider pursuing a culinary career, the chefs gave practical lessons on the preparation of a range of baked goods that formed part of a delicious lunch served the children.

The chefs also donated an oven to the young students that will now be used to bake bread at the orphanage.

Culinary Professionals (BCP) - previously known as Les Tocques Blanches Bali, is a non-profit association of culinary professionals. Changing its name to Bali Culinary Professionals in 1997, the BCP formed an association with the World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) in 2004, working closely together with the Association of Culinary Professionals Jakarta (ACP).

The goal of BCP is to create, maintain and improve the professional standards of chefs.

For more information on Bali Culinary Professionals


Welcoming the Ultra-rich to Indonesia
Indonesia Eases the Rules for the Visits by Private Yachts and Private Aircraft to Indonesia

The Jakarta Post reports that an edict issued by the Ministry of Transportation and now in effect will ease procedures for the jet set that wishes to bring their private aircraft on an Indonesian air tour.

While private jets were formally only allowed to arrive or depart from a single international airport in Indonesia, the new regulations allow multiple domestic stops for foreign registered private aircraft.

Private aircraft wishing to take advantage of the liberalized flight rights must apply for permits and approvals from the Air Transportation Directorate, together with diplomatic and security clearance from the Indonesian Military (TNI) and the Department of Foreign Affairs.

For ease of processing, application for the permits can be made on line.

Domestic flight permits can be used for 180 days with initial inbound clearance undertaken at an international air gateway in Indonesia for customs, immigration and quarantine procedures.

The new measures are meant to encourage travel by high spenders among the ultra-rich.

At the same time, Indonesia is also liberalizing the rules governing the entrance of foreign private yachts into Indonesia.


Passport to a Clean Bureaucracy
Indonesian Immigration Service Joins the Anti-Corruption Campaign

The Indonesian Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform, Asman Abnur, has issued written instruction as part of the National Campaign to eliminate corrupt payments. As reported by Liputan6.com, those instructions received an instant positive response from the head of the Central Jakarta Immigration Office, Tato J. Hidayawa.

Hidayawa said has set up procedures to handle reports of corrupt payment and is sharing the anti-corruption message via banners displayed at immigration offices across Indonesia. Those banners include a telephone number that connects directly to the Director General of Immigration.

The banners, when translated from the Indonesian, say: “The Minister of Justice and Human Rights has declared war on kickbacks. Are you encountering difficulties? Are there illegal levies? Report this to the Director General Of Immigration by SMS or Whatapp to number 08118047000 or by Twitter to @RONNFSOMPIE”

Ronny Sompie (shown) is the former Chief of Police in Bali who now serves as the Director General of Immigration.

Immigration officials are pledging to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any among their ranks found guilty of corruption.

To assist efforts to eliminate illegal kickback, immigration officials are asking the public to directly undertake all business with immigration offices and not to engage the services of middlemen or agents.


Me and My Guitar
West Bali Police Send Home 18 Punkers on a Personal Sojourn in Bali

Police in West Bali have taken into temporary custody a group of eighteen “punkers” – young men who are devotees of punk music distinguished by their rag-tag style of dress, tattoos, and distinctive hairstyles.

The young men were apprehended at a roadside warung in the Village of Kaliaka in Jembrana on Friday, October 21, 2016.

The men, who had hitched a ride on a passing truck traveling from the port of Gilimanuk, when confronted by police were unable to present official identity cards or show they had the financial means to sustain themselves in Bali.

The men told police that they were traveling to Denpasar to attend a concert on Saturday, October 22, 2016. Four of the men were carrying guitars and said they planned to panhandle for money whilst in Bali.

As reported by Metrobali.com, following interviews conducted by police 17 or the men admitted they came from Banyuwangi in East Java with the remaining man hailing from Gilimanuk in West Bali. 10 were junior and senior high students. Of the remaining 8, only four held valid ID cards.

Jembrana authorities returned the young men to their home communities to prevent public disorder.


Itís a Bali Holiday
Official National Holidays and Shared Holidays in Indonesia for 2017

The Indonesian Government has decreed official national public holidays in 2017. This total is comprised of 16 officials holidays and 4 “shared holidays” designated by the government to create long weekends and encourage domestic tourism.

This list does not include, with the single exception of Nyepi, Balinese Holidays in 2015 on which Balinese Hindu are entitled to the day off.
  • National Holidays in 2017
  • Sunday, January 1, 2017 - New Year’s Day
  • Saturday, January 28, 2017 - Chinese New Year (Imlek 2568)
  • Wednesday, March 28, 2017 - "Nyepi" Bali Hindu New Year (Saka 1939)
  • Friday, April 14, 2017 – Good Friday
  • Monday, April 24, 2017 ­- Ascension Day of the Prophet Muhammad (27 Rajab 1438H)
  • Monday, May 1, 2017 – Labor Day
  • Thursday, May 11, 2017 - Buddhist Holy Day of Waisak 2561
  • Thursday, May 25, 2016 - The Ascension of Jesus Christ
  • Thursday, June 1, 2016 – Pacasila Day
  • Friday, June 23, 2017 – Shared Public Holidays
  • Sunday and Monday, June 25-26, 2017 - Idul Fitri 1438 Hijriyah
  • Tuesday and Wednesday, June 27-28, 2017 – Shared Public Holidays
  • Thursday, August 17, 2017 – Indonesian Independence Day
  • Friday, September 1, 2017 - Idul Adha 1438 Hijriyah
  • Thursday, September 21, 2016 – Islamic New Year (Hijriyah 1439)
  • Friday, December 1, 2016 - The Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad
  • Monday, December 25, 2017 – Christmas Day
  • Tuesday, December 26, 2017 – Shared Public Holiday


Cherishing the Children
St. Regis Resort Bali and Laguna Resort & Spa Raises More than $20,000 for UNICEF at Lavish Beachside Moonlight Dinner

The Extraordinary Moonlight Dinner - a charity event for UNICEF was  held at Cloud Nine Terrace of The St. Regis Bali Resort on Saturday, 15 October 2016.

The lavish dinner, a joint event organized by The St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna - A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, was in support of the UNICEF Check out for Children program (COFC). COFC helps raise funds for the world’s most vulnerable children. A collaborate program with Starwood Hotels and Resorts for over 20 years, UNICEF has received over $35 million since the program began.

ing presented 6 Chefs: Agung Ardiawan of The St. Regis Bali Resort; Made Putra of The Laguna Resort & Spa; Farah Quinn, Kevin Cherkas of Cuca Jimbaran; Maurizio Bombini of Mandapa a Ritz-Carlton Reserve; and Mandif Warokka of Teatro Gastroteque.

evening was preceded by an afternoon press conference in the Astor Ballroom of The St. Regis Bali Resort, where the Chefs shared their culinary philosophies and their motivations in helping children by collaborating with Starwood Hotels and UNICEF.

The Extraordinary Moonlight Dinner that followed started with pre-dinner cocktail overlooking the beach of The St. Regis Bali Resort. While enjoying cocktails and canapés, guests were entertained with a special fashion show from John Hardy Jewellery - featuring the Bamboo Collection, where each piece has been handcrafted from 100% reclaimed gold and silver.

The dinner opened with a speech from Lucia Liu, hotel manager of The St. Regis Bali Resort, followed by comments from Charlie Hartono Lie, Philanthropy Manager of UNICEF Indonesia.

The six-course dinner began with an Amuse-bouche “Kemangi” cured salmon by Chef Made Putra made of tamarind pearl, salty lime, kemangi sherbet and begonia petals. Chef Farah Quinn presented Grilled tiger prawns on tomato beef cheek carpaccio, carambola – shallot relish, shaved bonito and micro coriander. Chef Maurizio Bombini presented poached barramundi fillet with Jerusalem artichoke, kaffir lime and anchovy powder.

The feast continued with Chef Kevin Cherkas’ signature dish of Black Squid Risotto of hand cut squid grains, vegetable stew, garlic cream and popped rice. Then Chef Mandif Warokka presented 21 Days Wagyu Prime Ribs with smoked green chili “sambal,” braised young jackfruit and cassava mousseline. The dinner concluded with a sweet dessert of Jivara milk chocolate tart by Chef Agung Ardiawan from exotic cremeux, licorice meringue, and passion fruit sorbet.

ut the dinner, guests were entertained by the soulful jazz performance by Lisa Soul, one of Indonesia’s leading jazz singers.

Supporting the fundraising efforts of the evening, a number of prestigious items were auctioned, including hotel stays vouchers from The St. Regis Singapore, The Hermitage Hotel Jakarta, Bali Safari & Marine Park, W Retreat & Spa Bali, Keraton at The Plaza Hotel Jakarta and activities voucher from Air Bali and Waka Sailing, an exquisite wine decanter from Riedel, diamond studded pearl earrings from Atlas Pearl ,as well as a set of John Hardy Bamboo Gold & Silver necklace and ring. The auction was led by auctioneer, Jack Daniels of Bali Discovery Tours and Bali Update.

A raffle was also held that presented prizes that included a stay voucher from The St. Regis Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi; Suiran Luxury Collection Hotel Kyoto; The Naka Island Luxury Collection Resort & Spa Phuket; The Andaman Luxury Collection Hotel Langkawi; Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort Lombok; dinner at Blanco par Mandiff Ubud; treatment voucher from Jari Menari Nusa Dua; a value voucher from Paul Ropp; and bottles of premium wine from PT. Kaybee Interindo and Bali Buana Cakra.

Proceeds from raffle tickets sales were also donated to UNICEF.

Certificates of appreciation were presented by Helmut Pluecker, Managing Director of The St. Regis Bali Resort and The Laguna Resort & Spa, to the six chefs for support and participation in the very successful evening that raised more than US$20,000 for UNICEF. 


Bad Smells from the Kitchens?
Drainage Ditch at Bali Airport Filled with Foul-Smelling Pollutants Suspected to Come for Airline Catering Building

Bali’s international gateway at the Ngurah Rai International Airport has been befouled for several weeks with a horrendous smell emanating from the drainage ditch running along the entrance road connecting the airport traffic circle and the airport’s entrance gate.

A drainage ditch that runs along the sidewalk opposite the catering kitchens for the airport is Filled with a dark brown, frothy liquid. Workers responsible for cleaning the lawns near the area confirmed to DenPost that the obviously polluted and stinking open drainage ditches have been in evidence for an extended  period.

The workers in the area suspect the polluting effluent is wastewater from the nearby airline catering facility.

The district chief of Kuta, I Gede Rai Wijaya, said he regrets the smelly open sewers at the airport and promised he will soon revisit the area in the company of airport management.

The smell emanating from the ditch is said to be so intense that members of the press and public who gathered near the ditch to watch a recent air show were so overcome by the stench that they quickly left the area. 


In Need of a Designated Driver
European Couple Die in Motorcycle Mishap After a Night of Partying on Pererenan Beach in Bali

RadarBali.com reports a night of partying on Pererenan Beach in Bali’s West ended in the death of a European couple in the early hours of Saturday, October 22, 2016.

A French woman Emilie Martine Canet (23) and a Swiss man Lovid Vincent Dominique Lazeyras (26) had just left a nightlong party at 5:00 am when the motorcycle they were driving plunged off a seaside road and down an embankment on Pererenan Beach.

The couple had been spending their holiday at the nearby Villa Selebrity when they decided to attend a local bar and café.

The two were sharing a motorcycle and were headed back to their villa when they struck a parking lot barrier and tumbled down a seaside embankment.

Such was there speed that the two suffered fatal head injuries and were pronounced dead at the scene.

The bodies of the two were sent to Sanglah General Hospital for forensic examination. 


Bali Welcomes 3 Millionth Visitor
Bali by the Numbers: BPS Says 43.3% More Foreign Visitors to Bali in August 2016, Passing the Year-to-Date Mark of 3 Million

The State News Agency Antara quotes the Central Statistic Bureau (BPS), reporting that the average length of stay in starred hotels in Bali for both domestic and international visitors was 3.05 days in August 2016.

This represents a 0.04% increase from the 3.01 days length of stay recorded in the previous month of July 2016.

Broken down further, foreign visitors stayed 3.06 days in starred hotels in August compared to domestic travelers who stayed only 3.01 days.

Bali welcomed 438.135 foreign tourists in August 2016 – 437,929 via the Ngurah Rai International Airport and 206 via the Island’s seaports.

This total represents a 44.30% increase over August 2015 and brought total visitors January – August to more than 3 million. 


Infrastructure First!
New Hotel Projects Set for Nusa Penida in Dire Need of Water and Electricity Support

Bali Post reports that four five-star hotels will soon be constructed at Nusa Penida, providing that acute limitations on water and electrical energy supplies can be successfully addressed.

Klungkung Regency officials put the value of the four hotel projects at Rp. 1 trillion.

The planned hotel projects include:
  • PT Cavendish in the Village of Suana
  • Conrad Hotel in the Village of Bunga Mekar
  • Hotel Manta in the Village of Pejakutan
  • An unnamed project in the Village of Bunga Mekar
All four hotels will be located within an area of Nusa Penida zoned for hotel development.

Officials in Klungkung admit that the main challenge in welcoming luxury hotel projects to Nusa Penida are the lack of available electricity and adequate water supplies.


Departure, No Return
Garuda Accused of Incorrect Procedures in Death of Passenger Flying from Jakarta to Melbourne

The pilot of a Garuda flight from Jakarta to Melbourne is being accused of failing to follow proper procedures and possibility contributing to the death of a passenger flying onboard GA 716 on October 14, 2016.

The suspicion of contributory negligence in the death of passenger Lukma Susanto (66) was surfaced by a member of Indonesia’s Ombudsman Commission, Alvin Lie, and reported by NusaBali.

Lie said the flight left Jakarta at 11:00 pm on Friday evening, October 14, 2016.

Alvin said his first report of the incident came from a friend on board the flight who called him one hour after the flight landed in Melbourne. The eyewitness to the incident told Lie that about one hour after the flight departed Jakarta, Susanto became ill, causing the pilot to make a public announcement asking any passengers with medical training to please contact the crew. Meanwhile, Lukma Susanto was moved to the back of the aircraft.

GA 716 continued to fly to Melbourne landing at 9:10 am local time on Saturday morning. Police and medical personnel boarded the plane immediately upon landing when  Susanto was pronounced to have died during the flight.

Alvin Lie is alleging the Garuda pilot failed to follow proper operating procedures and divert the aircraft back to Jakarta or to Surabaya in order to disembark the sick passengers to allow emergency treatment at a medical facility.

In a written response from Benny S. Butarbutar, vice-president of communications for Garuda Indonesia, the allegation of improper handling of a sick passenger was rejected.

Butarbutar confirmed that Susanto began to feel unwell complaining of shortness of breath and chest pains one hour after departing Jakarta. The man’s wife, Lynna Jusuf, also traveling on the flight, requested that the cabin crew provided him with oxygen.

Susanto was given oxygen and attended by a nurse traveling on the flight. The sick passenger’s condition improved to some degree. But, after another hour, the man’s condition took a turn for the worse and a doctor traveling on the flight confirmed his death a short time later.

In accordance with established procedures, the pilot radio ahead to Melbourne to advise that a passenger had died on the flight in order that medical and police authorities could prepare for the plane’s arrival.


Move Underway to Trump Chinese Tourists?
DPR-RI Vice Chairman Seeks Repeal of Wide-Ranging Visa Free Status for Indonesian Visitors

The vice-chairman of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR-RI), Fadli Zon, has told members of the national parliament that the administration of President Joko Widodo must re-evaluate the national visa-free policy due to the widespread presence of illegal foreign workers in Indonesia.

Quoted by NusaBali and speaking at the DPR on Monday, October 17, 2016, Fadli Zon said: “Don’t let Chinese workers flood (Indonesia). Their visas must be checked to determine if they are workers or tourists. The policy of free visas upon arrival has been in place for one year, but there has been no impact on tourism. Instead, it (the policy) has caused damage to the country. The policy must be reevaluated again in order to control the entry of foreigners into Indonesia.”

Despite Fadli Zon’s protest that the visa-free policy is having no impact on tourism, tourism arrivals to Bali through the end of July were up 18.92% year to date, with Chinese arrival up 25.20% for the same period.

Zon says tighter control on foreigners visiting Indonesia is needed to prevent illegal workers stealing jobs from Indonesians, and in order to reduce criminality, terrorism and narcotic abuse.

Zon also raised the issue of reciprocity, saying that Indonesians are not allowed the same level of immigration access by other countries that it extends to visitors.

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Another Renovation for Baliís Airport?
Minister of Transportation Wants Carrying Capacity of Baliís Airport Increased to 35 Million Passengers per Year

Indonesia’s Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi, has called on the managers of Bali’s Airport, PT Angkasa Pura I, to expand and enhance facilities at Bali’s air gateway in order to facilitate rapid growth in passenger numbers.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Sumadi said: “The growth in passenger numbers at the Ngurah Rai International Airport has been very dynamic. In the space of the last few years, the number of passengers has increased 112%. Because of this, plans to increase the capacity of the passenger terminal must be planned in detail by Angkasa Pura I and quickly implemented.”

The Minister of Transportation’s comments were made during a visit to Bali’s airport on Sunday, October 23, 2016.

Plans are already under review to increase the annual carrying capacity of Bali’s airport from its current 25 million passengers to 35 million.

Sumadi also called for improvement in runways, taxiways and apron areas at the airport. The Pavement Classification Number (PCN) – a certification indicating the carrying capacity of the runway and taxiways – must also be upgraded to allow the new generation of wide-bodied aircraft to land and take-off from the Bali Airport.

Budi Karya also said that if a new airport in Bali’s north comes into being, plans would be to operate international flights from the Ngurah Rai Airport with domestic flight operations moved to the more remote northern airport.


Infrastructure First: Seaports and Airport
Transportation Minister Says Baliís Airports, Seaports, and Passenger Terminals Must be Enhanced to Support Growing Passenger Numbers

Budi Karya Sumadi, Indonesia Minister of Transportation, used the occasion of a weekend visit to Bali to call for upgrades and improvements in infrastructure development at the Island’s seaports and airport to accommodate the growing numbers of domestic and international visitors.

Quoted by Metrobali.com, Budi Karya said on Sunday, October 23, 2016: “We all know that Bali is Indonesia’s favorite tourism destination. I wish to increase tourism with the greatest numbers.” The Minister added that airports, airlines, seaports, terminals and other areas must receive special attention in order to handle the growing number of travelers.

During his visit, the Minister heard from Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika that the ability to facilitate truck traffic is being overwhelmed by the current level of truck movements. The Minister said steps would be taken to limit the loads that trucks can carry on Bali’s highways.

The Minister also highlighted improvements now underway at Bali’s southern port of Benoa and the great potential to grow cruise tourism.

Budi Karya said improvements would be made to soon increase the carrying capacity of Bali’s airport from 25 million to 35 passengers per year.

The Minister warned that attention must also be paid to improving the carrying capacity of Bali’s roadways by building more toll roads. 


 
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