Parliament & Legislation

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December 2020

Analysis/Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – December 12, 2020

Jakarta – The deliberation of the Draft Law on the Eradication of Sexual Violence (RUU PKS) is still the subject of a polemic.

November 2020

News/Indonesia
Kumparan – November 25, 2020

Hundreds of pairs of shoes were arranged neatly in front of the House of Representatives (DPR) building on the morning of Wednesday November 25.

News/Indonesia
Kompas.com – November 24, 2020

Nicholas Ryan Aditya, Jakarta – Forum of Concerned Citizens for Indonesia's Parliament (Formappi) researcher Lucius Karus has highlighted Law Number 11/2008 on Information and Electronic Transactio

News/Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – November 13, 2020

Jakarta – The draft law on alcoholic beverages has again attracted public attention after the House of Representatives (DPR) Legislative Body (Baleg) revealed plans to begin deliberating the Draft

October 2020

Cartoons/Indonesia
Kompas – October 14, 2020

Man: Confused huh? (writing on book mark reads "transparency")

News/Indonesia
Kompas.com – October 7, 2020

Ardito Ramadhan, Jakarta – Academics from scores of tertiary education institutions across the country have expressed their opposition to the Draft Omnibus Law on Job Creation which was passed into

Analysis/Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – October 6, 2020

Jakarta – Opposition by the parties or the political parties outside of the administration against legislation which does not side with the people is seen by many as a joke.

News/Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – October 6, 2020

Jakarta – The head of the Jakarta Legal Aid Foundation’s (LBH) advocacy for democracy team, Aprilia Lisa, says that the public’s voices and wishes were ignored by the government and the House of Re

News/Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – October 6, 2020

Jakarta – The House of Representatives (DPR) officially passed the Draft Omnibus Law on Job Creation into law during a plenary meeting on Monday October 5.

News/Indonesia
Kompas.com – October 5, 2020

Dian Erika Nugraheny, Jakarta – Academics from 30 tertiary education institutions have signed a statement rejecting the Omnibus Law on Job Creation which was only just enacted by the House of Repre