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Indonesia: Make Draft Criminal Code Public

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image About 2,000 students from several universities in Jakarta protest outside the parliament building, calling on the Indonesian government and parliament to allow sufficient time for public debate on the draft Criminal Code, June 28, 2022. © 2022 Andreas Harsono/Human Rights Watch (Jakarta) – The Indonesian government should release the latest draft of the proposed criminal code to ensure a full and informed public discussion of its provisions, Human Rights Watch said today. A 2019 version of the draft law raises grave concerns that its provisions could violate the…

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