Stringent gun control ‘could curb trigger-happy incidents’
The Jakarta Post
Tighter gun-controls are being demanded by politicians and activists following a spike in firearm-related violence across the country.
Poengky Indarti, executive director of human rights watchdog Imparsial, urged the government and the House of Representatives to work together to change the firearms policy.
“Both should amend the law on the control of firearms and explosive, audit ...
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