Lawmakers get tough on terror
Marguerite Afra Sapiie
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM In light of recent terror attacks and the participation of hundreds of Indonesian citizens in the Islamic State (IS) movement overseas, lawmakers are upping the ante on counterterrorism policies. After more than a year of deadlock in an attempt to revise the 2003 Terrorism Law, the House of Representatives has agreed to a government proposal to allow the prosecution of individuals who join terr...
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