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Existing Indonesian law does not directly criminalise organised criminal groups and participation in or association with these groups. The Penal Code of Indonesia contains general provisions relating to joint crimes and participation. In addition, Indonesia's laws relating to human trafficking criminalises participation in a criminal group, but only if that group is involved in this specific type of crime. According to information provided by the Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs, the Parliament in Jakarta passed a Bill ratifying the Convention in December 2008. The Bill has yet to be published in the State Gazette. Official government sources in Indonesia are still unclear about the necessary amendments domestic laws may require to fully implement the Convention.

Keywords: domestic laws; Indonesia; Penal Code



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