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Examining the Narcotic Law : Executive Summary

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The Community Legal Aid Institute is a legal aid institute which present in the middle of the society to actively provide legal education, to build people's awareness regarding their rights as well as to facilitate their enormous potency to empower themselves. The objective of our work is to ensure that the community can independently advocating, assisting, and learn all kinds of legal, human rights, and citizenship issues which they face on a daily basis.

The Community Legal Aid Institute strongly believes that every member of the society has a potency to empower themselves and their environs so that an independent community-based legal aid movement will be created from and for the society.   

Our framework covers four main programmes as follows: (1) community empowerment through a continuous legal counselling, providing civic education and information regarding their rights as well as legal aid training for the community; (2) public case and public policy advocacy; (3) research on public problems.

 

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2013-12-09
Examining the Narcotic Law : Executive Summary
The Law Number 35 Year 2009 regarding Narcotic, here in after referred as the Narcotic Law, is the revision of the previous Law Number 22 Year 1997. There are some reasons behind this revision, which are, among others: the drug offences are now more sophisticated, the substances of the previous law was not in keeping with the current development, and the needs of institutional strengthening in terms of the prevention and eradication of the illicit drug trafficking.
The Narcotic Law introduces some new provisions, such as: additional definitions in the general provision, expansion of the Laws objective, additional evidence for drug offences and the provision of minimum sentence for all category of drugs offences. The Narcotic Law also adds and expands the definition people who use drugs, and divides it into drug addicts1, drug abusers2, and the victims of drug abuse3.
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2013-05-01
CAVEAT, April - May 2013

In this edition, we present you as usual four columns of articles. In Human Rights, Law, and Politics, Muhammad Afif LBH Masyarakats public defender examines the pros and cons of the concept of judicial review (PK) in the Indonesian criminal justice system. In his article entitled Examining Judicial Review in the Indonesian Criminal Justice System, Afif first investigates the history of PK and then analyses its issues. One of these limitations is the fact that PK can only be done once. This, he argues, conflicts with the notion of justice. Afif also questions the inconsistency of PK in practice, as the prosecutor may sometimes file for PK where on paper they do not have the legal standing to do so.


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2013-04-01
CAVEAT, February-March 2013
LBH Masyarakat presents you the February-March 2013 edition. In March 2013, Indonesia resumed the executionsof death penalties since it last executed in 2008. The move was strongly criticized by national and international human rights community. LBH Masyarakat together with other human rights organizations, Imparsial and KontraS, held a joint press conference condemning the execution. In Human Rights, Law, and Politics column we put our joint press release. For us, the resumption of executions is both surprising and worrying. It is a major setback because it is in contradiction to the positive steps that Indonesia has been taking towards the abolition of the death penalty. It is worrying because the Attorney General Office plans to carry out nine more executions this year. Given the seriousness of the issue at the moment, we also include an urgent action from the Amnesty International in the column. The urgent action asks the Indonesian government to overturn its plan to execute nine more death convicts this year.
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