Execution of Karni Bt Medi Tarsim: President Jokowi’s Administration Failed to Protect Indonesian Citizen

“Therefore to established a government of the State of Indonesia which protect the whole people of Indonesia and the entire homeland of Indonesia (Paragraph 4 of Preamble of Indonesia Constitution”) After the Jokowi’s administration failed in protecting an Indonesian citizen,

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ICLaD Issue No.1/2015

This edition of ICLaD (March 2015) is focusing on the changes within the Indonesian criminal justice system, which was recently realized by the decision of the Constitutional Court. ICJR notes that there are some significant changes within the criminal justice

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ICJR Criticizes District Court of Bandung Decision on Wisni’s Case and District Court of Yogyakarta Decision on Florence’s case

Both decisions has undermined the criminal law principles and constitutes a violation of freedom of expression protected by the Indonesian Constitution Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) criticizes District Court of Bandung on Wesni Yetti’s case and District Court of

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The Case of Yusman Telaumbanua, Prove of Weak Fair Trial in Death Penalty

This case is a factual evidence that the Juvenile Justice Law (UU SPPA) is not properly implemented, Children Rights are not protected, and even worst proves the poor standard of Fair trial process for defendant who is threaten with death

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The Government of Indonesia Intentionally Sabotage Constitutional Court Ruling by Drafting the Government Regulation on Request for Case Review

Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) strongly criticizes the policy of Jokowi Administration which is still attempting to initiate Government Regulation which restricts Request for Case Review to only one time. In ICJR views, the Draft of Government Regulation has

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Article 27 of Draft Law on Electronic Information and Transaction is still Problematic, ICJR Urge the Government of Indonesia to Reevaluate

Currently the Government through the Minister of Law and Human Rights and the Minister of Communication and Information Technology is preparing a Draft on Amendment to Law No. 11 of 2008 on Electronic Information and Transaction (ITE). The Draft Law

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ICJR Warns the Supreme Court to Revoke Circular Letter on Request for Case Review (Peninjauan Kembali)

On Thursday (5/3/2015) ICJR sent a Warning Letter to the Chief Justice of Indonesian Supreme Court to Revoke the Supreme Court Circular Letter No. 7 of 2014 on Submission of Request for Case Review in Criminal Case The Indonesian Constitutional

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ICJR: Candidate of Executed Death Penalty Convicts have been Traumatized due to Long Postponement of Execution

Death penalty execution should not be allowed for a convict who is in a condition of long postponement in accordance to contemporary human rights norms according to precedent and experience of human rights committee and or anti torture committee. This

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ICJR: Three Draft Laws related to Criminal Law in the 2015 National Legislation Program should be supervised

On Monday 9 February 2015, the House of Representatives and the Government will ratify the 2015 National Legislation Program (2015 Prolegnas). In the 2015 Prolegnas, there are 37 Draft Laws which are consisted of 15 Amendment Draft Laws and 22

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ICJR Demands Minister of Interior Affair’s promises of Executive Review on Qanun Aceh No. 6 of 2014 on Jinayat Law

On 2014, the draft paper of Qanun or Raqan (Aceh Regional Islamic laws) on Jinayat (criminal law) was again presented to of House of Representative of Aceh Regional Government (DPR Aceh) to be discussed as a bill. After some discussions,

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