Government Admits Indonesia's Correctional System So Far Behind Western Countries
"A system like that does not exist in Indonesia," Hiariej noted.
In fact, the Netherlands has implemented social works penalty on convicts since 1982, which means it has been implemented for 40 years.
To this end, it must be acknowledged that when it comes to a correctional system, Indonesia lags 30 to 40 years behind Western nations, he emphasized.
Thus, Hiariej believes that the Correctional Bill must be ratified immediately, as it is directly linked to the implementation of restorative justice. (ant/dil/jpnn)
Indonesia's correctional system lags behind by 30 years as compared to several western nations
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