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Monday, September 26, 2022

The Justice and Human Rights Ministry explains its reason for granting remission and parole to corruption convicts.

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Justice and Human Rights Deputy Minister Edward Omar Sharif Hiariej during an interview with Tempo at the ministry’s office in Jakarta, September 19. Tempo/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172132404480.

THE Justice and Human Rights Ministry hits the public spotlight with its recent policies. The latest of which is the mass granting of remission and parole to corruptors, such as former prosecutor Pinangki Sirna Malasari; former Banten Governor, Atut Chosiyah; and former Constitutional Court justice, Patrialis Akbar.

Deputy Justice and Human Rights Minister Edward “Eddy” Omar Sharif Hiariej said that the remission and parole grant is ...

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