REFORM OF THE TNI AND VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Keywords:Reformation, Human Rights Violations
After President Soeharto stepped down, ABRI was included as an institution condemned by the people, demands for self-reform emerged from all elements of society, this was also related to past wounds from ABRI's cases of actions which ultimately resulted in violations of Human Rights. The journey of the TNI Reform has been going on for about 15 years, but until now the TNI Reformation has not been successful, only a few changes in the field of policy and the loss of the political role of the TNI, the rest has not been significant (real) change. Researchers want to examine the relationship between TNI Reform and human rights violations that occurred. The initial objective was to find out if, after the TNI Reform, violations and the arbitrariness of the TNI were gone? But in the end, the researcher found the conclusion from his research that there is a very close relationship between human rights violations that still occur with informal and illegal business activities of the military. The author then re-links human rights violations with military business activities that are still reigning because of the Territorial Command structure (Koter) where military business and the Territorial Command structure are homework reforms of the TNI which until now has not yet been resolved. This research uses a historical approach by explaining the journey of TNI Reform, Human Rights, then the researcher classifies several acts of human rights violations by the army and looks for the causes of human rights violations committed by the army to civil society.
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