New anti-judicial mafia pressure group in Indonesia
Fri, Jan 28, 2011
The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network

A group of law experts, social observers, academics and social figures have banded together to form an anti-judicial mafia pressure group called the Anti-Judicial Mafia Movement.

The formation of the group was declared in Jakarta on Wednesday.

The group is made up of Paramadina University rector Anis Baswedan, attorney Todung Mulya Lubis, politic expert Ikrar Nusa Bakti and social observer Wimar Witoelar, among others.

Other members include talk show host Rosianna Silalahi, Transparency International Indonesia activist Teten Masduki and senior journalist Fikri Jufri.

A number of celebrities, including Dian Sastrowardoyo, Glen Fredly and Happy Salma are part of the team as well.

-The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network





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