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Why the Government and Parliament Swiftly Push to Revise the Constitutional Court Law

Monday, May 20, 2024

The government and House of Representatives agreed to revise the Constitutional Court law to weaken the institution. There are indications of attempts to protect the Prabowo-Gibran government. 

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THE discussion on the revision of the Constitutional Court Law on Monday, May 13, perhaps marked the shortest meeting in the history of the House of Representatives (DPR). Everything went smoothly, without any discussion or debate. “The meeting lasted only 15 minutes, (it’s) approved, and done,” said Sarifuddin Sudding, a member of the DPR’s Law Commission, recounting the meeting to Tempo over the phone on Friday, May

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Erwan Hermawan, Franscisca Christy Rosana, Daniel A. Fajri, Amelia Rahima Sari, and Andi Adam Faturahman contributed to this report. 

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