Implementation of Abortion Under Law in Indonesia
The debate on abortion in Indonesia lately is getting crowded because it is triggered by various events that rocked the joints of human life. The issue of abortion is currently not a secret any more to talk about, because abortion has become the actual thing and events are already happening everywhere and are done by anyone. Act No. 36 of 2009 concerning health and Government Regulation Number 61 of 2014 concerning reproductive health says that abortion can be done with exceptions, one of which is the result of rape. So no fear of abortion victims denounce the incident. But in reality the implementation of Act No. 36 of 2009 about health and Government Regulation Number 61 by 2014 about reproductive health does not match expectations. The substance of the writing of this is how the role of the government and related institutions implementing abortion and the obstacles encountered in making it happen. Implementation of abortion based on pregnancy due to rape based on Act No. 36 of 2009 concerning health and Government Regulation Number 61 by 2014 About reproductive health has not been optimally fulfilled there is still a lot of problems and conflicts concerning the implementation of the Act of abortion based on pregnancy due to rape. The difference of views in terms of religious, social and cultural. The lack of correlation between agencies or institutions and the time limit provided is insufficient and the presence of a constraint is internal external. Required cooperation between the legislature and the Government involved also related parties such as the health service, police.
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