ICLaD Issue No 3/2016

In this edition we decided to publish a descriptive article, which aims to elaborate the legal framework of death penalty aspects, including the proposed provisions under Draft Bill on Criminal Code and Draft Bill on Criminal Procedural Law. This publication also covers court decisions related to death penalty in Indonesia.

By providing a complete and informative elaboration on death penalty, we are hoping that the effort from all related stakeholders in Indonesia to demand moratorium on death penalty to the Government continues and gaining more support from all parties.

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