JAKARTA - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has invited all parties who disagree with the Omnibus Law on Cipta Kerja to submit a judicial review to the Constitutional Court (MK). Not holding a demonstration that ended in chaos.
"If there are still parties who are dissatisfied with the Job Creation Law, please submit a judicial review to the Constitutional Court (MK)," Jokowi said as quoted from Youtube of the Presidential Secretariat, Jakarta, Friday, October 9.
According to him, the judicial review step to the Constitutional Court is regulated in the Indonesian constitutional system. "Our constitutional system regulates that. If anyone is not satisfied, please submit a judicial review," said Jokowi.
Previously, the Constitutional Court (MK) was ready to accept and process claims filed by the public regarding the Job Creation Law.
"In other words, the Constitutional Court ensures that it is ready to accept cases at any time and whatever," said Head of Public Relations and Domestic Cooperation of the Constitutional Court Fajar Laksono when contacted by reporters, Thursday, October 8.
Previously, the Indonesian Parliament officially passed the Work Creation Omnibus Law Draft (RUU). Approval was taken at the Plenary Meeting for the Closing of Session Period I of the 2020-2021 Session Year at the Parliament Building, Senayan, Jakarta, Monday, October 5, chaired by Deputy Speaker of the DPR Azis Syamsudin.
Understanding the many rejections in society regarding this law, Azis Syamsuddin then asked if there were groups of people who felt the need to file a judicial review regarding the Job Creation Law and said that this kind of thing was not new. This is because there are many legislative products produced by the DPR that have experienced similar things.
"The material being tested in the Constitutional Court is not only this (the Job Creation Law, red). So please check the statistics, I have the data that was tested in the Constitutional Court of the DPR and government products law, not only this," Azis told reporters.
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