Govt lays out plans for prison reform
The Jakarta Post
The Law and Human Rights Ministry is set to increase the capacity of penitentiaries nationwide by 5,000 by the end of the year in an effort to help ease overcrowding in correctional facilities.
The plan is among the ministry’s efforts to improve the management of prisons in the country, which is one of the facets of the government’s ambitious legal reform agenda.
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