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It is important to agree on the standards of ethical conduct expected for all parties involved in the act of publication: the author, the editors-in-chief of the journal, the peer reviewers and the editor. All authors must disclose in their manuscript any financial or other conflict of interest that could be interpreted as affecting the results or interpretation of their manuscript. All sources of financial support for the project must be disclosed. Nusantara is headed by a high authority whose position corresponds to a minister, the deputy chairman of the special committee on the bill, Saan Mustofa, said on Monday. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research available to the public promotes a greater global exchange of knowledge. The journal will check for plagiarism of the article using Google Scholar Check and Turnitin. Authors must ensure that they have written complete original works and, if the authors have used the work and/or words of others, that these have been quoted or quoted appropriately. Plans to drive the government away from Jakarta, a megacity of 10 million people suffering from chronic congestion, flooding and air pollution, have been implemented by several presidents, but none have made it so far. Jokowi, as the president is called, first announced his plan in 2019, but progress has been delayed by COVID-19.
It was the final leg of the match, a football derby in Indonesia`s East Java province, and 29-year-old spectator Ahmad Nizar Habibi said he had an instinctive feeling that things were going to get ugly. The new city has a name he chose – Nusantara, a Javanese term for the Indonesian archipelago – but no timeline has yet been set for the completion of the project, and Jakarta will remain the capital until a presidential decree is issued to formalize the change. If an author discovers a material error or inaccuracy in his or her own published work, it is the author`s duty to immediately inform the editor or editor-in-chief of the journal and to cooperate with the publisher to remove or correct the article. If the publisher or publisher learns from a third party that a published work contains a clerical error, it is the author`s duty to immediately remove or correct the article or provide the publisher with proof of the accuracy of the original work. JAKARTA, Jan 18 (Reuters) – Parliament on Tuesday passed a bill to move Indonesia`s capital from Jakarta to a spot in the heart of the Kalimantan jungle on the island of Borneo, the most significant advance in an idea the country`s leaders have been playing with in years. Southeast Asia`s largest economy has envisioned the new capital as a low-carbon “super hub” that will support the pharmaceutical, healthcare and technology sectors and foster sustainable growth beyond the island of Java. Multiple, redundant, or simultaneous publication An author should generally not publish manuscripts describing substantially the same research in more than one journal or main publication. The simultaneous submission of the same manuscript to more than one journal constitutes unethical publishing behaviour and is unacceptable. One of the people being considered for the post is the former governor of Jakarta, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, better known as Ahok. Nusantara would follow in the footsteps of new capitals in other countries, especially Brazil and Myanmar. The first change will begin between 2022 and 2024, prioritizing roads and ports to allow access, with some projects acting as public-private partnerships, the finance ministry said.
The new state capital law, which provides a legal framework for President Joko Widodo`s ambitious $32 billion megaproject, sets out how the capital`s development will be financed and regulated. However, critics say the law was passed with limited public consultation and environmental reviews. Authors must submit the original manuscript, which has not been published in any form, and must not submit the same article to other journals until the publisher provides an answer to the feasibility of the manuscript. Authors must provide accurate and responsible research data. Authors should cite sources appropriately, taking into account the content of the manuscript, whether in the form of written publications or personal interviews.