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Young Indonesian Activists Organize to Defend Democratic Freedoms | JASS (Just Associates)

Skip to main content. Inthe Ministry of Home Affairs started to prepare a draft bill to revise the Law. JASS-aligned activists have been holding discussions with journalist in eastern Java, educating local communities and mobilizing alliances in different ways to put a stop to repressive government policies such as the Ormas Bill. See Elucidation of Article 8 Law on Foundations. This means that the period of House of Representatives have only one session left, which will be held from 16 August until 30 September Since Februarydiscussions about societal organizations have related to violent actions against members of Ahmadiyah, a minority Muslim sect in Pandeglang West Java and also against Christian churches in Temanggung Central Java.

This article will not focus on other types of legal entities, such as labor unions, [25] ormaz, [26] or political parties. The dissolution of a foundation may occur for three reasons: Feisal Tamin, Head of Public Relations of the Ministry, explained that there was no need to dravt these two organizations, since their existence was no longer acknowledged by the government.

Data from the Ministry of Law and Human Rights reveals the existence of 21, registered foundations and incorporated associations. As mentioned previously, the Bill draff Association is already listed number in the National Legislation Program The laws in many countries provide for a special status for CSOs — a public benefit or charitable status, for example — but with this status come fiscal privileges, usually in the form of tax exemptions.

Government arguments supporting increased regulation of CSOs in Indonesia relate to accountability and transparency, especially concerning foreign funding. No later than 14 days after receiving request from the Minister. Restrictive rruu Ormas law must be rejected at upcoming Parliamentary sitting 10 May 2: This article will describe the legal framework relating to societal organizations, the context of the revision process, and how it will affect the freedom of association in Indonesia.


Despite some last-minute amendments to the bill, these are no more than token efforts to placate mounting public pressure.

Therefore, the Bill on Plantations should have been entered into the Prolegnas before its preparation and discussion stage with the Government. No later than 10 days from the 2031 of the Deed of Establishment. The government drart suspend a societal organization temporarily for a maximum of 90 days [90] after a written warning, where the organization is conducting activity that conflicts with the Constitution and prevailing laws and regulations; endangers the unity and safety of the State; spreads hostility among ethnic groups, religions, omas, etc.

It is also impossible to make religion as Pancasila The Law provides nine grounds for suspending or dissolving a societal organization, including the following:.

The last session of the House of Representatives will be held from 16 August until 30 September ; a total of 32 working days.

As of June 17,the government, based on Guu 15, had authority to dissolve organizations that were not complying. Article 8 imposes the Single-Pot Concept Konsep Wadah Tunggalwhich seeks to ensure that organizations that share similarities based on activity, profession, function, or religion be organized as one organization.

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This should include open communication and improved relations with the CSO sector. CSOs need greater awareness of their rights and opportunities under the legal framework. This is important because the Law on Plantations that was ratified in received a lot of opposition from its constituents. The liberties of association and assembly, the freedom of thought expressed verbally or in writing and similar rights, are to be determined by law.

We further remind the Government of Indonesia, as a state party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Orjas ICCPRof its legally-binding obligations to respect, protect and fulfill ormws civil and political rights of all its citizens.

Young Indonesian Activists Organize to Defend Democratic Freedoms

A foundation is not allowed to conduct economic activities directly. Following the enactment of the Law, this provision proved problematic and was used as a repressive measure against some CSOs. While there are a range of laws and regulations governing CSOs, [24] this article will focus on the framework legislation relating to associations and foundations, two key organizational forms for CSOs in Indonesia, as important context for understanding the place of the societal organization. Specifically, the draft Bill states that to optimize its role and function, a societal organization may integrate itself into an umbrella organization.


If there is no response from the organization within one month, the government must summon the administrator.

Legislation during the House of Representatives Final Period. The foundation drsft Indonesia is defined as a non-membership legal entity. The foundation is clearly defined by the Law on Foundations as a non-membership organization, while the societal organization is defined as a membership-based organization. Second, the Bill, if enacted, would create a kind of second-tier registration system.

For example, sinceruuu Income Tax Law has made available tax deductions for donations in support of disaster rehabilitation, research and development, social infrastructure construction costs, [8] education, and sports. More generally, CSOs need to be more proactive duu managing governmental and public perceptions, rather than responding to government-led initiatives.

We are further alarmed that Article 61 5 stipulates CSOs should not engage in work that falls under the jurisdiction of law enforcement and the government. A constructive response to the Bill would be for CSOs to participate in and contribute to the ongoing process in the Parliament, by sharing their views on the Bill and supporting a more enabling legal framework for CSOs.

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The Law on Oras Organizations should be revoked, not revised. The permissible scope of activity for societal organizations includes, among others, the following fields: CSOs need to be more involved in the lawmaking process.

Some CSOs and members of the ddraft support the Bill because they believe it will solve the problems caused by organizations promoting hatred and violence. A societal organization receiving a grant or donation from a foreign party must seek approval from the government. This section will highlight two key problems with the Law: Instead, the Elucidation of Article 1 was revised to state that any organization or association, which is established voluntarily by Indonesian citizens, is included in the definition of a societal organization.

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