Demo Reject Omnibus Law Creating Work Continues Today, Workers Plan To Move Palace

JURNAL GAYA – Labor and student groups confirmed that they would again hold an action to reject the Job Creation Law today, Thursday, October 8, 2020, entering its third day.

As is well known, laborers, students, and a number of communities admit to being frustrated and angry at confirmation Work Creation Act at the Plenary Meeting of the House of Representatives on October 5. The Plenary Session of the ratification of the Act was advanced, from a rescheduled schedule to be called October 8, 2020.

Reported by the Gaya Journal from, the Presidium of the Jakarta Labor Movement, Nugraha, said that because currently the DPP had entered a recess period, the location of today’s action would be shifted from the DPR RI to the State Palace.

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“Our initial plan is to go to the DPR. However, due to the latest update of the DPR confirming the omnimbus law is entering the recession, it is possible that our action will change to the palace,” he said, Wednesday, October 7, 2020.

He said that during the action the workers had one vote, demanding that the central government, namely President Joko Widodo, issue a regulation to cancel it Work Creation Act.

“There may be a convoy like yesterday, look at the situation. Because the field technicalities that we agreed on at the previous meeting could not go according to plan regarding the police setting which is somewhat different from the usual action,” he said.

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He ensured that this action would be carried out continuously until the demands of the workers were won. Labor assesses, a number of articles in Work Creation Act very detrimental.


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