Island focus: House urged to protect human rights
The Jakarta Post
The Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) has called on the House of Representatives to focus its attention on protecting human rights and address excessive criminalization when deliberating draft laws in the upcoming legislative program.
The House held a plenary meeting on Tuesday to finalize the 2018 National Legislation Program. Eight out of the 50 bills in the program are related...
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