Yesterday, we were anticipating Eid traffic jams until the former chairman of the Judicial Commission died

Yesterday, we were anticipating Eid traffic jams until the former chairman of the Judicial Commission died

Jakarta (Reportase One) – The legal events that occurred yesterday are still interesting to watch, starting from the West Sumatra Regional Police (West Sumatra) anticipating long traffic jams during the 2023 Eid holiday until the former Chairman of the Judicial Commission Jaja Ahmad Jayus passed away

Here’s the full summary:

1. The West Sumatra Regional Police anticipate traffic jams during the Eid al-Fitr holidays

The West Sumatra Police Directorate of Traffic (Ditlantas) anticipates long traffic jams during the Idul Fitri 1444 Hijriah holiday because people will go to a number of tourist destinations in the local area.

“Currently the homecoming flow has been passed and thank God it can run smoothly with the implementation one way or the one-way Sicincin Bukittinggi system and we will focus next on the Eid al-Fitr holiday,” said West Sumatra Police Traffic Director, Kombes Pol Hilman Wijaya in Padang, Friday.

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2. 6,746 prisoners in Central Java received Eid al-Fitr remissions

The Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham) for the Central Java Region noted that 6,746 convicts languishing in various prisons in this province received reduced sentences or remissions in the context of Eid Al-Fitr 1444 Hijriah.

The Head of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights for the Central Java Region, Yuspahruddin, in a press release in Semarang, Friday, said that of the number of fostered residents, 44 of them would be released immediately during Eid.

According to him, the amount of sentence reduction varies between 1 to 2 months.

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3. Cianjur District Government and Police prohibit takbir around town

The government of Cianjur Regency, West Java and the Cianjur Police forbade residents from carrying out takbir around because it can cause various things including traffic accidents.

Cianjur Regent Herman Suherman said in Cianjur Friday that his party had communicated with forkopimda elements and agreed to ban takbiran around using vehicles, both two-wheeled and four-wheeled pickups.

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4. Police observers are serious about escorting the 2023 Eid homecoming

Intelligence and security observer Ngasiman Djoyonegoro assesses that the National Police are seriously preparing themselves to oversee the 2023 Eid homecoming trip.

“The involvement of a three-star Polri high-ranking officer (pati) will increase the effectiveness of the 2023 homecoming security command,” he said in a written statement in Jakarta, Friday.

The Chancellor of the Al-Kamal Institute of Science and Technology (ISTA) assessed that land, sea and air travel were all monitored very well. This means that the National Police carry out their duties in totality in escorting homecoming in 2023.

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5. Former chairman of KY Jaja Ahmad died

Chairman of the Second Half of the Judicial Commission (KY) for the July 2018-December 2020 period Jaja Ahmad Jayus, who was previously a victim of stabbing, passed away on Friday, April 21, 2023.

“Prayers to Pak Jaja who has preceded us all. The extended family of the Judicial Commission is deeply saddened by the passing of Pak Jaja,” said Judicial Commission spokesperson Miko Ginting, confirmed by Reportase One from Jakarta, Friday.

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Reporter: Narda Margaretha Sinambela
Editor: Fransiska Ninditya


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