The following stories talk about the subject ‘Law’.
Hidayat Nurwahid on the beauty and ugliness of sharia.
A man is imprisoned for unlawful polygamy.
Whose side are the security forces on? asks Ross.
Hope For the Helpless? Overseas Workers Ordeals, by Ross.
Amnesty International condemns the treatment of domestic servants in Indonesia.
New contributor Ross McKay discusses the "PP 37", a new law granting pay rises to parliamentarians.
Foreign radio and television broadcasts should be censored, say some leaders.
Capital punishment is opposed to the Constitution, says Todung Mulya Lubis.
Indonesia's press freedom level remains fairly low.
The trial of Playboy editor Erwin Arnada.
Some of the laws against insulting the president were quashed by the Constitutional Court.
Aa Gym's polygamous marriage, and the sour reaction to it from many, has caused the government to toughen its anti-polygamy stance.
[Updated] The long, tortuous journey of the RUU
Anti Pornoaksi Pornografi is approaching its end.
Children born of mixed Indonesian and foreign parentage can now obtain dual nationality.
The cautionary tale of Newmont executive Richard Ness.
Abortion is permissible in rape cases but not in pregnancies resulting from adulterous liasons, says the MUI.
The government is considering making animism an official religion while some conservative Muslim clerics are unhappy about the prospect.
The family of Fabianus Tibo plan to take their case to the International Court of Justice.
Sultry model and actress Sarah Azhari looks set to avoid prison time after being convicted of assault.