National Security & Intelligence

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October 2011

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Detik.com – October 11, 2011

Triono Wahyu Sudibyo, Semarang – A protest action by scores of students calling themselves the Democratic Concern Student Forum (FPMD) against the enactment of the draft Intelligence Law (RUU Intel

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Metrotv News – October 11, 2011

Jakarta – The enactment of the Intelligence Law by the House of Representatives (DPR) on Tuesday afternoon was greeted by protests by several different groups around the country.

July 2011

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Kompas – July 6, 2011

Jakarta – Out-dated perspectives on viewing security problems are being strengthened through the Draft Law on National Security (RUU Keamanan Nasional).

June 2011

News/Indonesia
Liputan 6 – June 23, 2011

Iwan Taruna, Makassar – A protest action by hundreds of students rejecting the Draft Intelligence and State Secrecy Law (RUU Intelijen) at the South Sulawesi Regional House of Representatives (DPRD

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Pos Kota Kaltim – June 23, 2011

Samarinda – Scores of students from the Student Struggle Center for National Liberation (PEMBEBASAN, formerly LMND-PRD) held a protest at the Eas

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Starberita – June 23, 2011

Medan – Protesters from the Student Struggle Center for National Liberation (PEMBEBASAN, formerly LMND-PRD) in the North Sumatra capital of Medan

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KRjogja.com – June 23, 2011

Yogyakarta – Scores of students from the Student Struggle Centre for National Liberation (PEMBEBASAN, formerly LMND-PRD) held a protest action in

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Detik.com – June 23, 2011

Ari Saputra, Jakarta – Students and workers have again demonstrated against the draft law on state intelligence (RUU Intelijen Negara), this time by covering their bodies with white paint and chain

April 2011

News/Indonesia
Detik.com – April 18, 2011

Adi Lazuardi, Jakarta – It is predicted that the authority provided to the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) under the draft intelligence law could give rise to new rivalry between the national polic

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Kompas – April 6, 2011

Jakarta – The deliberations on the Draft State Intelligence Law cannot be separated from the historical context of the role of intelligence agencies in past cases of human rights violations.