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A Fast Lobby

Monday, December 12, 2022

The government lobbied various groups before ratifying the new Criminal Code to anticipate protests and accelerate the deliberation process.

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Journalists hold a rally in front of the West Java Regional Legislative Council (DPRD) building in Bandung, December 5, in opposition to the Criminal Code, citing some problematic articles that threaten journalistic work. The displayed written message says “Remove 17 controversial articles.” TEMPO/Prima mulia . tempo : 172167043094.

CHAIRMAN of the House of Representatives’ (DPR) Legal Affairs Commission, Bambang Wuryanto, sent a WhatsApp message to Minister of Justice and Human Rights Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly notifying him that the new draft Criminal Code (KUHP) was ready to be ratified. That day, on Thursday, November 24, Bambang received a reply asking for the ratification to be postponed.

“The government asked to postpone the ratification because they wanted


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