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The National Human Rights Commission has just completed collecting facts and statements surrounding the riots during the May 21-23 protests.
The DPR PPP faction secretary Achmad Baidowi asked the government to review the plan on niqab ban for women in state institutional areas.
KontraS pointed up the appointment of Police Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) head Comr. Gen. Idham Azis as National Police Chief.
Lokataru Foundation Mufti Makarim opined the government was still focusing on implementing the economic and infrastructure-based approach in Papua.
Mahfud Md said that there will be discussion on the efforts to resolve human rights violation that have occurred in the past.
Attorney General ST Burhanuddin said he would list the handling of past human rights violations cases into his 100-day program plan.
Dozens of human rights activists gathered to protest President Jokowi's decision in naming archrival Prabowo Subianto as Defense Minister.
Human rights activists expressed pessimism for newly-oathed Coordinating Minister of Politics, Law, and Human Rights, Mahfud MD.
Solving the case of Golfrid Siregar and hundreds of other human rights defenders is a must and responsibility of the state.
Human rights activist Haris Azhar, subjected President Jokowi to firm criticism and argues that Jokowi and his government is anti-human rights.
PDIP secretary-general defended President Jokowi's presidential inauguration speech that did not address issues of human rights.
Indonesia has been re-elected to have a seat in the United Nations Human Rights Council through voting in New York, United States, on October 17.
The Legal Aid Institute (YLBHI) head Isnur outlines three blunders of President Jokowi in the aspect of law enforcement and human rights.
Komnas HAM member Esrom Hamonangan opined the country's air pollution has not been improved over the years.
National Commission on Human Rights is willing to take any role to bridge a dialogue between the Indonesian government and pro-liberation Papuans.
Amnesty Indonesia Director Usman Hamid demands police to take the death of Kendari student, Randi, to court justice.
LBH Jakarta argues that the suspect-naming of human rights activist Veronica Koman presents a threat toward other activists.
A solidarity group defending human rights activist Veronica Koman said the advocate spread valid news about Papuan students in Surabaya.
Human rights activist said that the Munir case can be revealed if there is will from the government.
Chemical castration as a punishment violates human rights. The government and the parliament need to end it.