1,210 Incest Cases Happen in Indonesia Throughout 2017
By : Dina Astria And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, March 08 2018 - 22:00 IWST
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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Commission on Violence Against Women highlights the incest case affecting Indonesian girls.
Commissioner of Komnas Perempuan Mariana Amiruddin gave "Women Annual Report of Komnas Perempuan 2018" in Jakarta on Wednesday (7/3/218) said, from 9,409 cases of violence against women reported during 2017 were 1,210 incest cases.
"The most incestant perpetrator was the biological father, which is 425 cases, then performed by uncle 322 cases, the rest done by stepfather, siblings, grandfather and cousin," he told the media crew.
The data shows both father and uncles are two people who should be protective is no longer a safe figure for victims.
Sexual violence in the form of incest is most commonly reported to NGOs, Police (UPPA), P2TP2A and District Court.
The increasing number of cases experienced by girls to service providers suggests a step forward for women who have tended to close and foster the impunity of family members.
This incest case is the nation's largest homework and the nation of Indonesia to respond to this extreme situation of violence.
Home is no longer a safe place for children.
"Although there is already a punishment aimed at making a deterrent but not much change in the emergency of existing sexual violence, it indicates that there is a disconnection of state analysis on the causes of sexual violence by handling it," he said.