Deputy Attorney General Arminsyah Dies in Accident at Jagorawi Toll Road

Car that was driven was also burned.

Deputy Attorney General, Arminsyah, died after an accident at Jagorawi Toll Road, Kilometer 13 B, Saturday 4 April 2020. The car driven by Arminsyah crashed into a road divider.”Allegedly walking in lane 4 crashed into the middle media barrier,” said the Head of Public Relations of the Jakarta Police, Police Commissioner. Yusri Yunus, According to Yusri, the vehicle driven by Arminsyah came from the south towards Jakarta. As a result of the accident, Arminsyah who drove the car died.car that was driven was also burned. This accident case was handled by the East Jakarta Metro Police Traffic Unit.

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Attorney General: Semanggi Incident Not Included in Serious Human Rights Violations

Attorney General, ST Burhanuddin, stated that the Semanggi I events in November 1998 and Semanggi II on September 24, 1999 did not include gross human rights violations.”The Semanggi I, Semanggi II events have the results of the DPR RI plenary meeting which stated that the incident did not constitute gross human rights violations,” Burhanuddin said, quoted from Thursday 16 January 2020.According to him, there were cases of serious human rights violations past and present which were returned to the investigators.

Among them, the Jambo Keupok human rights violation case file, Bakongan District, South Aceh, 2003, has been returned and the 2014 Paniai case has just entered the investigation stage.The Jambo Keupok incident that occurred on 17 May 2003 occurred the day before martial law was ratified by President Megawati Sukarnoputri. This tragedy was part of a TNI operation looking for members of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) in Jambo Keupok, Bakongan District, South Aceh.

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Deputy Attorney 2020 General Arminsyah Dies in Accident at Jagorawi Toll Road

Not enough evidence?

Meanwhile, the case of the dukun santet in Banyuwangi in 1998-1999, the Talangsari 1989 incident, and the Wasior 2001 and Wamena 2003 events, the perpetrator was tried in a general court. However, for alleged gross human rights violations investigators have not yet conducted an examination.He stated, a number of obstacles to the disclosure of cases of gross human rights violations. Among them, there is no Ad Hoc Human Rights court for past gross human rights violations.”While the mechanism was formed based on the proposal of the DPR RI based on certain events with a presidential decree,” he said.

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Termination Mechanism?

Based on the results of the National Human Rights Commission can not describe or promise at least two pieces of evidence that we need,” he said.Burhanuddin said there was no mechanism to stop the investigation. So that many cases stated not enough evidence.

Settlement of gross human rights can be done through two options, namely judicial settlement through an Ad Hoc human rights court and a non-judicial settlement through rehabilitation compensation,” he said.

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