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The House of Representatives (DPR) planned to invite several civil society groups to a discussion regarding the criminal code bill (RKUHP).
Minister Yasonna H. Laoly announced the ministry's plan to evaluate controversial articles in the revised criminal code (RKUHP) bill.
Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture assessed KAI's SOP for the handling of sexual harassment does not have proper sanctions.
In commemoration of the International Day of Non-Violence which falls on October 2, KontraS urged the police to stop abusive practices.
Student Executive Bodies or BEM Nusantara has stated its readiness to meet President Jokowi to convey their objectives on several controversial bills.
The massive university students' protest dubbed Gejayan Memanggil was echoed again to be held today, September 30, in Yogyakarta.
The DPR and government have passed a number of problematic laws. These are initial symptoms of deconsolidation of our democracy.
Jakarta Police spokesman Argo Yuwono said 54 students apprehended during Tuesday's protests before the DPR building were transferred to their campuses
DPR speaker Bambang Soesatyo said the plenary meeting which is slated to take place Thursday, September 26, might possibly pass RUU PKS.
Thousands of university students staged a protest in front of the DPR building, Tuesday, September 24, which led to chaos at night.
DPR has now discouraged to pass the revisions of Criminal Code Law (RKUHP) into law in this office term.
Minister Yasonna Laoly challenged students staging a rally in front of the DPR building to meet him or the lawmakers to debate on draft bills.
The DPR agreed to postpone the ratification of PAS draft bill after discussion with the House Commission III and Minister Yasonna Laoly.
Thousands of students staged a rally before the West Java DPRD building in Bandung, Monday, September 23, rejecting the amended KPK Law.
DPR speaker Bambang Soesatyo announces the House will not pass the draft revisions of the Criminal Code Law (RKUHP) into law tomorrow.
DPR agreed to meet President Jokowi's invitation to a consultation session on the draft revisions of the Criminal Code Law (RKUHP) today afternoon.
President Jokowi has ordered the House of Representatives (DPR) to postpone the amendment of RUU KUHP or revision of the criminal code Bill.
Imparsial argues that the revision of the Criminal Code (RKUHP) contains Articles that could potentially threaten civil liberty.
Hundreds of university students staged a protest against the ratified KPK Law and revisions of Criminal Code Law (RKUHP) before DPR building, Thursday
Constitutional law expert Refly Harun said the existence of an article about insulting the president in the Criminal Code Bill is a setback.