Klinik Farma – Masses of workers approached the offices of the International Labor Organization (ILO) ahead of a demonstration near a horse statue in central Jakarta.
They were seen walking from the horse statue to Tamrin Tower, where the ILO is based in Jakarta.
Demonstrators were seen carrying banners and placards as they marched together towards Tamrin Tower.
“Repeal the omnibus law on job creation, workers are unhappy, oligarchies are arbitrary,” read the posters they carried on Thursday (October 8, 2023).
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It is planned that the ILO will become a gathering place for the participants of the action before the demonstration at the horse statue.
As you know, the Action Alliance of a Million Workers (AASB) and the United Workers’ People’s Movement (Gebrak) held a demonstration today. The action took place in front of the building of the Constitutional Court and the State Palace.
The AASB and Gebrak will demand that the government repeal Law (UU) No. 6 of 2023 regarding the omnibus law on job creation and by-laws of the government.
In a statement obtained by Klinik Farma, Gebrak also made other demands, namely the repeal of laws deemed unconstitutional, such as the Minerals and Coal Act (Minerba), the Criminal Code, the Public Capital Act (IKN), the Agriculture Act , the National Education System Act (Sisdiknas), and the Information and Electronic Transactions Act (ITE).
“Repeal Permenaker’s Resolution No. 5 of 2023 regarding adjustments to working hours and wages for certain export-oriented labour-intensive industrial companies affected by changes in the global economy,” Gebrak said in a statement cited on Thursday (8.10.2023).
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In addition, they also rejected the Land Bank and demanded an end to agrarian liberalization and land grabbing. Then Gebrak also demanded that there should be no silence on the democratic space in the academic environment.