If all parties agree with what happened to that nation, all parties should have ended the debate on the validity of Pancasila and the spirit of the Jakarta Charter. So far, no clause sews sukarno`s decree 50 years ago. Indeed, up to four amendments to the Constitution from 1945, from 1999 to 2002, the clause in the decree underlying the republication of the 1945 Constitution was not at issue. This shows that gentlemen`s agreements should remain in force and form the basis for the construction of this country and this nation. Apparently, this type of effort led to protests from different backgrounds and eventually led to an almost chaotic situation at the end of the rule of the New Order. Efforts to ideologize Pancasila behind closed doors in one way or another will only divide the nation, not strengthen unity. In fact, Pancasila`s function is like a gentlemen`s agreement, not divisive. Moreover, this process of ideologization is done intentionally to get rid of a particular group force that contributes to the birth of that nation. The end will certainly lead to the division of this nation. TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA (10CP) – CPC Vice Chairman Ode Muhammad Syarif has revealed that longtime kpk leaders have reached a gentle agreement or agreement with the government as part of the revision of the CCP law. According to Syarif, the gentlement agreement contains four points of convergence in the context of the revision of the CCP law. “Before we were elected, there was a `gentleman agreement` between the Plt (leadership) and the government for there to be a revision of the KPK law,” Laode said during a discussion in Jakarta on Thursday 18.02.2016.
In the automotive sector, Japanese manufacturers agreed that no production car would exceed 276 hp (206 kW; 280 hp); the agreement ended in 2005.  German manufacturers limit the maximum speed of high-performance sedans (sedans) and station wagons to 250 km/h (155 mph).    When the Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle surpassed 310 km/h (190 mph) in 1999, fears of a European ban or severe repression led Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers to agree on a cap of 300 km/h (186 mph) in late 1999.  See the list of the fastest production motorcycles….