Criminal Code revision deemed a threat to personal liberties
The Jakarta Post
A coalition of religious freedom activists, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights activists, and human rights and judiciary watchdogs has rejected the current draft of the Criminal Code bill as it could further restrict personal liberties.
The coalition, the National Alliance for Criminal Code Reform, said that the Criminal Code bill had confused morality and human decency w...
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