Constitution and human rights provisions in Indonesia: an unfinished task in the transtitional process
Indonesia is now facing the important moment of constructing a new foundation in a transitional period. After the fall of the New Order regime, there have been efforts in bringing Indonesia through the period of transition to democracy. One of the efforts is to reform the 1945 Constitution. Until now, the Peoples Consultative Assembly (Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat, MPR) has promulgated three amendments consisting of 103 new/amended provisions. From the fact that there are three amendments,...[Show more]
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