#29/E Indonesia unanimously defeated #33/F Germany in the fifth round of the 2012 World Schools Debating Championships, giving the team a positive W-L scoreline of 3-2 and 10 judge votes. That position gives them a good chance to break. As negative, they dismissed the proposal of allowing police use racial profiling when fighting crime. They have won all their matches from opposition bench.
Previously, they beat #38/G Mongolia and #48H Zimbabwe but lost to reigning champion #6/A Singapore and #8/B South Korea. This year Indonesia is represented by twins Revaldi and Revian Wirabuana from SMA 4 Denpasar, Alif Satria from SMA 8 Yogyakarta and Cheryl Cosslett from SMA 1 Bogor. In the next round, they will propose the motion "This House Believes That the Feminist Movement Should Seek a Ban on Pornography" against #13/C United Arab Emirates.