Indonesia: National Commission on Violence Against Women Press Release
1. The Governor of Aceh has to take a serious action to postpone the implementation of the Qanun on Jinayah and openly and comprehensively support the judicial review of the qanun.
2. The Minister of Domestic Affairs has to improve the effectiveness of the Department of Domestic Affairs in preventing the creation of discriminatory local regulations that are oppositional against the national constitution.
3. The President of the Republic of Indonesia has to take a political action by issuing the Presidential Instruction for all government officials in the ministries and local government to conduct a comprehensive review to discriminatory local and unconstitutional regulations and initiate agendas to repeal the regulations.
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