Joint Stakeholders Report on Issues Relating to the Revision of Penal Code and Situation of Torture in Indonesia

In previous UPR session in 2012, Indonesia received a number of recommendations from other member States, one of which specifically related to the need of an adequate revision of the Penal Code and ensuring that preventive measures and legal ramification are in place to resolve the issue of torture. Therefore, this report subsequently will focus on these two important issues, namely, (i) the revision on Penal Code and (ii) the enjoyment on the right to freedom from torture in Indonesia, as elaborated below.

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