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KontraS activist Rivanlee Anandar said his side had sent a letter to four ministries asking about the drafts of the omnibus law on job creation.
KontraS disapproves of the government's decision in mobilizing 700 additional Indonesian Army troops to West Papua.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md claimed no human rights violations occurred during President Jokowi's first term in office.
KontraS strongly rebutted Coordinating Minister Mahfud MD's claims that there had been zero human rights violations.
KontraS urged the government to immediately decide on the permit renewal of the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI).
KontraS considered President Jokowi's to tap anti-corruption activists as members of the KPK supervisory board as a good move.
KontraS pointed up the appointment of Police Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) head Comr. Gen. Idham Azis as National Police Chief.
Human rights activists expressed pessimism for newly-oathed Coordinating Minister of Politics, Law, and Human Rights, Mahfud MD.
KontraS activist said that Jokowi not discussing the issue of human rights violations past and present in his inauguration speech is a setback.
KontraS urged the Indonesian Police (Polri) to initiate legal process against police officers, who shot dead two university students.
In commemoration of the International Day of Non-Violence which falls on October 2, KontraS urged the police to stop abusive practices.
KontraS claims they recorded 643 incidents of violence involving police personnel from June of 2018 up to May 2019.
KontraS reviewed the National Police's release regarding May 22 riot concluded bias information and increased polarization.
National Police demanded to evaluate their officers in responding to the reporters' work after two journalists assaulted by officers on May Day.
The president has been blasted by the public for failing to take a robust political stance in other issues, says a sociologist.
Hard-line Muslim group the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) allegedly violates the law on racial and ethnic discrimination.
Kontras asserted that the National Commission on Human Rights was too focused on one violation, neglecting other violations.
Communism issues have increasingly become an attacking instrument in elections, according to Kontras.