Indonesia's House of Representatives on Thursday agreed that President Djoko Viddo will grant Bike Nurel McNamn's amnesty, according to CNN Indonesia. The decision was welcomed by the audience at the house.
Before the decision was made, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Commission III, Erma Suriani Rannik, told MPs that he considered Nuryl as a victim rather than a perpetrator According to CNN, Indonesia
The case of Nuril came to world titles and questioned the laws of sexual violence in the country. the decision came after President Jacko last week recommended that Nouril be given amnesty.
Nouril recorded one of the explicit phone calls as evidence of the sexual harassment she had suffered more than 50 times. Soon after the record was sent to the local education department by one of her colleagues, Nuril was fired and her boss sued her for defamation. During the investigation, Nuril spent two months in prison.
The district court found her innocent in 2017, but prosecutors filed a complaint with the country's highest court, which last year ruled that the record violated the Law on Information and Electronic Transactions of the country. (PTFE). All Internet activities in Indonesia are governed by the law, which makes it a crime for the dissemination or transmission of electronic information or documents that violate integrity.
Earlier this month Nuril lost his final appeal and the Supreme Court sentenced him to six months in prison and ordered her to pay a fine of 500 million rupees (over $ 35,000). CNN reached the former head of Nuril, who did not want to comment, just saying, "I'm allowing God to solve this problem."
The case of Nuril provoked a wave of support from local and international rights groups that brought her to the world stage. campaign #SaveBuNuril.
The National Commission on Violence against Women (known as Komnas Perempuan) found that 260,000 cases of sexual violence, including harassment, were reported in 2018, despite the fact that they have been subjected to sexual harassment they believe that undeclared cases can be at least five times more.
The victim's culture, accusing society, which is deeply patriarchal and religious, often discourages women from speaking or communicating crimes against them