Cancel the Omnibus Law

The Indonesian government approved a sweeping jobs-creation bill that loosens labor and environmental regulations – posing a threat to workers' rights, environmental protection, and the protection of indigenous peoples, farmers, and frontline communities.

The Omnibus Law on Job Creation puts the interests of big investors ahead of workers, communities and the environment. It is alarming that the legislative process was not transparent, taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to halt people’s participation. This law could be detrimental to people, especially to those who are already marginalized as it is not aligned with Indonesia's human rights obligations under the international human rights law.

The Indonesian government must immediately repeal the Omnibus Law and make regulations that prioritize handling the pandemic through the principles of a Just Recovery, especially focusing efforts on the health and welfare of the people, not businesses.

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