TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Institute for Legal Justice Reform (ICJR) in a press assertion on Tuesday urged for the 28 police personnel – who’re suspected of being concerned within the lead-up to the mass-stampede incident at East Java’s Kanjuruhan Stadium after a soccer match on Saturday – to be investigated for felony violations. The cops are at the moment being questioned for moral misconduct.
“This tragedy will not be moral misconduct however has entered the felony realm as a result of casualties from extreme pressure. Thus ensuing within the fatalities brought on by the restricted entry to exit the stadium,” mentioned ICJR govt director Erasmus A.T. Napitupulu on Tuesday, October 4.
ICJR argues that it is vitally vital for the Nationwide Police to have the ability to examine this case impartially and accountably, regardless that the perpetrators concerned are a part of their very own unit.
The watchdog asserts that the extreme use of energy ought to be investigated firmly. In accordance with the provisions of Articles 359 and 360 of the Legal Code because the incident has prompted loss of life because of negligence.
In a number of movies which have circulated, it may be seen using tear fuel by the police, which ought to be prohibited underneath FIFA’s safety requirements at soccer fields.
The Institute for Legal Justice Reform questioned using tear fuel as crowd management that was aimed on the viewer’s stand, regardless that these are the sections of followers that didn’t trigger the brouhaha within the subject. The mess in police’s battle management or crowd management was additionally highlighted by the watchdog.
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