10 Article of the Bill

10 Article of the Bill on Family Resilience in Indonesia

10 Article of the Bill on Family Resilience in Indonesia

10 Article of the Bill

10 Article of the Bill on Family Resilience in Indonesia. The polemic of the Bill of Family Resilience continues to this day. Most recently, a member of the Legislative Body of the Indonesian House of Representatives from the Golkar faction, Nurul Arifin, assessed that this bill seemed to want to interfere with citizens’ households.

“This is the spirit why we take care of other people’s households?” said Nurul in a meeting at the Legislation Body, Thursday, November 12, 2020.

In the draft received by Tempo, this bill consists of 146 articles and 15 CHAPTERS. There are a number of controversial articles and here are 10 of them:

  1. Obligations of Husband and Wife

The husband has four obligations, one of which explains the household needs according to his ability. Meanwhile, the wife has three obligations, one of which is to manage household affairs as well as possible.

  1. Reproductive Technology May

Article 26 states that husband and wife have the right to obtain offspring with scientific or reproductive technology.

  1. Sperm and Ovum Donors Haram

Article 31 regulates that the practice of selling sperm or ovum is haram or prohibited. This includes donating voluntarily, accepting, persuading others, to facilitating.

  1. Forbidden Surrogation

Article 32 stipulates that every person is prohibited from carrying out surrogation to obtain offspring.

  1. IDR 500 Million Fine

Article 139 states the penalty for buying and selling sperm or ovum and surrogation, namely 5 years in prison and / or a fine of IDR 500 million. But if the position persuades or facilitates, then specifically for the jail sentence is 7 years and a fixed fine.

  1. Additional Fines of IDR 5 billion

If the sale and purchase of sperm and surrogation is carried out by the corporation, the punishment will be heavier. There is no imprisonment, but a fine of up to Rp 5 billion.

  1. Obligations and Rights of Parents

Article 99 regulates 10 obligations and 8 rights of parents. One of the obligations of parents is to prevent child marriage. Meanwhile, one of the rights of parents is to direct their child’s religion according to the religion of the parents.

  1. Sadism, Homosexuality, and Lesbians

Article 74 states 6 causes of family crisis, one of which is sexual deviance. Then Article 87 stipulates that adults who experience sexual deviations. Are required to report to the body that deals with family resilience. The goal is to get treatment and care. There are four types, namely sadism, masochism, homosexuality and lesbian incest.

  1. Role of Community

In Article 131, it is stipulated that the community plays a role in family resilience.  One of which is that they can participate in providing advocacy for solving family problems.

  1. Medals for Outstanding Families

In Article 135, there are regulations regarding awards and support. One of them is that the government can reward families and communities who excel in organizing family resilience. In the form of certificates, http://206.189.95.172, placards, medals, fiscal and non-fiscal incentives.

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