Batam legislators pass bill on human trafficking
The Jakarta Post
The Batam Legislative Council (DPRD) passed a regional bill (Perda) on Monday to eliminate human trafficking in the city’s entertainment industry. Under the new regulation, all business players within the Batam entertainment industry and/or agencies that recruit workers for the industry must provide a letter stating the origins of a worker.
The DPRD and Batam administration said that the ...
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