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Indonesia aims to bring in data protection law by next year.
President Jokowi reminded the meeting's attendees to avert from law enforcement and put forth preventive measures.
KPK had sent a summons for Yasonna Laoly's son but it has not been delivered to the address.
The House of Representatives (DPR) planned to invite several civil society groups to a discussion regarding the criminal code bill (RKUHP).
Vice President Ma'ruf Amin highlighted the need to enforce the applicable law in Indonesia in the face of boundless information.
Solving the case of Golfrid Siregar and hundreds of other human rights defenders is a must and responsibility of the state.
The public is opposed to the proposed revisions to the Mineral and Coal Mining Law. It only favors corporate interests.
Malaysia was among the first countries to introduce an anti-fake news law.
Cigarette Producers Association (Gappri) rejects the government's plan to impose a massive health warning label on cigarette packs.
The Land Bill has many problems and opens opportunities for abuses. It must be totally revised.
The DPR and government have passed a number of problematic laws. These are initial symptoms of deconsolidation of our democracy.
The government planned to visit universities to explain several controversial draft bills which recently triggered students' demonstration.
Thousands of Indonesia's university students in various regions have once again taken to the streets to protest the revisions of several laws
The DPR agreed to postpone the ratification of PAS draft bill after discussion with the House Commission III and Minister Yasonna Laoly.
The revocation of the building permit (IMB) is hoped to accelerate building construction and investment inflow.
The government and the House have agreed to pass revisions of Law No. 12/1995 (RUU PAS) which is considered to ease sentences for corruption convicts.
Hundreds of university students staged a protest against the ratified KPK Law and revisions of Criminal Code Law (RKUHP) before DPR building, Thursday
KPK Deputy Chairman openly regrets the decision made by the DPR upon the ease of granting remission and pardon.
Hundreds of professors and lecturers from several universities reject the revision of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Law.
Mimika district government and local police are urged to enforce legal sanctions against those selling alcohol to save Papuan children.