The Seventh Heavy Human Rights Cases Have Not Been Touched in Jokowi's Presidential Government
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, December 29 2017 - 21:00 IWST
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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - President Joko Widodo has a red note in handling cases of gross human rights violations of the past.
Because of the 10 past human rights violations filed by Komnas HAM, there are still 7 cases that have not been able to be resolved in Jokowi's time.
Director of Pusdikham Uhamka Maneger Nasution noted there were 10 cases of gross human rights violations of the past which have been recommended by Komnas HAM to the Attorney General.
The cases are, among others, Tanjung Priok (1984); East Timor (1999); Abepura, Papua (2000); Wasior and Wamena, Papua (2000); Talangsari, Lampung (1989), Cases 1965-1966; Peter (1982-1985); Trisakti and Semanggi 1 and 2 (1998); May 1998 riots; and forced disappearances (1997-1998).
"There are 3 cases or 30 percent that have been resolved by the regime before Jokowi-JK, namely Tanjung Priok Abepura and East Timor, and until 3 years Jokowi-JK regime there has been no sign of comprehensive settlement," he said in a written statement received by editor, Friday (29/12/2017).
That is, he continued there are still 7 more cases of past gross human rights violations that have not been resolved.
"In this context the Jokowi-JK regime has not fulfilled its political promise, Nawacita," concluded the deputy chairman of the PP Muhammadiyah's Law and Human Rights Assembly.