Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
The House of Representatives
Is our country also controlled by an oligarchy? If the answer is yes, who are they? The more expensive the election costs and the cost to be elected, the greater the dependence on people with money.
Maintaining Existence of DPD
It is not only to maintain the existence of a DPD that is trusted and has integrity, but also to ensure elections and democracy that are of a higher quality.
The Criminal Code and Freedom of Religion
What needs to be emphasized in going forward is to ensure that the implementation of the norm in the new Criminal Code, especially those related to religious issues, is not used as a political tool for majoritarianism.
Majority of House Factions Oppose Closed-List Proportional System
Eight out of nine factions at the House oppose the idea to adopt a closed-list proportional system for the 2024 election.
Political Parties Start Anticipating Changes to Electoral Districts
The election organizers have been asked to remain independent so that the redrawing of the electoral districts will provide equal and fair representation for all political parties.
Improve Equal Representation
The Constitutional Court has ruled that forming electoral districts and determining the seats allocated to the DPR and the DPRD fall under the authority of the KPU.
A New Era of Criminal Law
The government sees the DPR’ decision to approve the ratification of the draft Criminal Code bill as a solid step toward reforming Indonesia’s criminal law. Objections can be brought to the Constitutional Court.
Should the ‘Omnibus’ Health Bill Be Rejected?
Basically, the Omnibus Health Bill will fix various overlaps, disharmony and deficiencies in various laws in the fields of medicine and health. There is still time to provide opinions and input.
Please Challenge it through Constitutional Court
The government and the House of Representatives (DPR) welcome anyone who is dissatisfied with the new Criminal Code to challenge it at the Constitutional Court.
Five-Year Waiting Period Should Be Included in Perppu
The Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) on general elections, currently being drafted, should also include the Constitutional Court's decision to impose a five-year waiting period for ex-convicts.