Indonesian court to hear challenge to revised constitutional court law
Constitutional Court of Indonesia (photo credit: Charles Wiriawan/flickr)
A university lecturer has challenged the revised Constitutional Court Law that increases the maximum term and minimum age for the court’s justices, arguing that the provisions as well as the deliberation process of the law violate the 1945 Constitution. [ . . . ] In his petition, Allan argued that the deliberation for the revision violated lawmaking procedures stipulated in Article 22A of the1945 Constitution because of a lack of transparency and little public participation.
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