Thousands of Workers Planned to Hold Action Tomorrow Thursday, KSPSI President: Unfair Minimum Wage!


Suara.com – Thousands of workers who are members of the All-Indonesian Trade Union Confederation (KSPSI) will hold a demonstration in front of the Horse Statue, Jakarta on Thursday (11/25/2021) tomorrow.

In this demonstration, they rejected the minimum wage and filed three demands in the action. First, KSPSI as a confederation of workers in Indonesia rejects the minimum wage setting formula using PP No. 36 of 2021.

KSPSI President Andi Gani Nena Wea Beleid said this regulation was a derivative of Law (UU) Number 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation or the Omnibus Law, so it was not considered appropriate if it was used as the basis for determining wages.

“This increase in the minimum wage is very unfair,” he said at a press conference in Jakarta, Wednesday (11/24/2021).

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Furthermore, kSPSI also demanded that the MK MK announce a formal decision on the judicial review of the Job Creation Law to be fair.

Second, KSPSI requested that the request coincide with the trial of reading the decision on the judicial review of the Job Creation Law at the Constitutional Court.

“We hope that the judges of the Constitutional Court can act fairly. Because, I believe the Court is the last bastion of justice that can decide fairly and is always there for the benefit of all Indonesian people,” he said.

Third, the man who is also the leader of the ASEAN-ASEAN Labor Confederation (ATUC) demanded the Minister of Home Affairs Tito Karnavian to revise or revoke the instructions of the Minister of Home Affairs to regional heads in the context of setting minimum wages.

This action is one of a series of major actions that are planned to be carried out on November 29 and 30, 2021.

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