Reformulation of Deradicalization for Terrorism

One of the problems facing the nation of Indonesia is terrorism. The prevention solutions provided to the government through ongoing deradicalisation policies are not yet effective enough. The data says that 35 terrorists are ex-prisoners. This was conveyed by Dr. AKBP. Hoirudin Hasibuan, S.H., M.Hum on Tuesday (15/08/2010) in the Open Exam of Doctoral Program Dissertation, Faculty of Law, Universitas Brawijaya.
“My dissertation raises the problem of deradicalisation especially to former terrorism prisoners, strenghtening from the regulatory aspect.” There is still a fundamental weakness there because until now there has not been a sufficiently comprehensive set of deradicalisation policies, “he said.

The man who also served as Kapolres Malang City found some findings in his research. “The crime of terrorism is an outward crime that is contrary to the value of justice and humanity.” Deradicalization is an attempt to stop, neutralize or neutralize radicalism, “he explained.

Assembly examiners in this open examination, among others, Prof. Dr. Sudarsono SH., MS as the promoter, Prof. Dr. I Nyoman Nurjaya, SH., MHum. Bambang Sugiri, SH., MS., As a promoter co. He states there is a fundamental weakness that is not yet a fairly comprehensive set of policies deradikalisasi. “This results in the current deradicalisation, without a clear concept, without clear programs, without clear measurement of success, and without clear monitoring and evaluation”, he explained.

Hoiruddin suggested that the government and Parliament immediately make changes to Law No. 15 of 2003 on combating terrorism acts. “Because of the existing formulative policy, it is not in accordance with the current needs, especially the need for deradicalisation of former terrorism prisoners”, he concluded.