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An interview with National Commission on Human Rights Chairman Ahmad Taufan Damanik regarding the resolution of gross violation of human rights through a non-judicial mechanism.

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National Commission on Human Rights Chairman Ahmad Taufik Damanik during an interview with Tempo, at the National Commission on Human Rights building, Jakarta, June 8. TEMPO/Imam Sukamto . tempo : 172094405894.

REALIZING cases of gross violation of human rights have a propensity for languishing and never getting to court, President Joko Widodo established a Non-Judicial Resolution Team for Past Gross Human Rights Violations. Despite the high potential for the team to whitewash the wrongs of gross human rights violators, National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) Chair Ahmad Taufan Damanik is all for this non-judicial mechanism. 



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