House discontinues deliberation of family resilience bill

House discontinues deliberation of family resilience bill

The Jakarta Post-News·2020-11-27 05:01

The House of Representatives decided to halt all deliberation of the controversial family resilience bill this week, after concerns among several party factions about legislative overreach into people’s private lives led to an end to the process. The House Legislative Body (Baleg) announced the decision during a hearing session on Tuesday, in which five out of the nine factions at the House voted against continuing the deliberation. The scales tipped slightly in favor of secular-nationalist parties such as the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P), Golkar, the Democratic Party and the Nasdem Party. The National Awakening Party (PKB), which is part of the government’s big-tent coalition and whose membership overlaps with that of the nation’s largest grassroots Muslim organization, Nahdlatul Ulama, also voted against continuing the bill’s delibera...


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