Suara.com – Hundreds of students who are members of the BEM SI Alliance stormed the DPR RI building, Senayan, Jakarta, on Thursday (30/3/2023). They reject the Job Creation Perppu being passed into law.
Monitoring by Suara.com from the location, it was seen that several students started to climb the fence of the DPR RI Building. They also began to tear apart the iron fence in the front yard of the parliament building.
“Are your friends men? If you are men, the fence will shake even harder,” said a student from the top of the command car at the location, Thursday.
“Revolution, revolution, revolution,” the demonstrators added as they ripped open the fence.
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It is known, in this demonstration, BEM SI Alliance students demanded rejection of the Job Creation Law (Ciptaker).
In their action, the students also asked the Chairperson of the Indonesian Parliament, Puan Maharani, to meet them.
Even though the weather was raining heavily, the situation did not make the fighting spirit of the students fade. They are willing to rain to voice their aspirations.
It is known that the rules on job creation have often become controversial since the process of drafting the Draft Law (RUU).
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The Job Creation Bill was finally passed into law (UU) by the DPR on Monday (5/10/2020). However, the Job Creation Law was finally brought to the Constitutional Court for a formal review.
The Job Creation Law was later declared conditionally unconstitutional by Constitutional Court Decision Number 91/PUU-XVII/2020. Also in that decision, the Constitutional Court ordered improvements to the formation of the Job Creation Law.
Then on Friday (30/12/2023), President Joko Widodo issued Government Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) Number 2 of 2022 concerning Job Creation. Most recently, the DPR approved the Peppu to become a law in decision making at level II at the plenary meeting, Tuesday (21/3/2023).
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