Labor unions demand the House of Representatives (DPR) to implement a judicial review mechanism to cancel the Job Creation Law, relying only on two opposing factions.
Demonstration by workers, farmers, and students against the Job Creation Law took place again in Jakarta on Thursday (10/22).
As a response to protests and rejections against the Job Creation Law, the government will provide a special website to accommodate people’s inputs.
The police eye high-ranking members of Save Indonesia Coalition (KAMI), an organization conspiring against the government.
Demonstrations against the Job Creation Law, which coincides with the one-year anniversary of President Joko Widodo-Vice President Ma'ruf Amin's administration ended peacefully.
Local and foreign organizations highlight the Job Creation Law’s tendency to ignore human rights (HAM). It may even violate international consensus on human rights.
Protests against the Job Creation Law or the Omnibus Law on Job Creation involving laborers, students, and several mass organizations will take place in Jakarta on Tuesday (10/20).
Students will hold another protest at the State Palace, after previously failing to meet President Joko Widodo. Meanwhile, four labor unions are preparing a judicial review at the Constitutional Court.
There are growing legal challenges against the Job Creation Law or the Omnibus Law on Job Creation.
Demonstrations against the Job Creation Law continued this week. One of them will be held by BEM SI, which will stage a demonstration against the omnibus law in front of the Presidential Palace, Jakarta.