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Survey: Jakarta least tolerant city in Indonesia

Jumat, 17 November 2017 / 17:05 WIB

Survey: Jakarta least tolerant city in Indonesia

JAKARTA,14/11-RENCANA KEGIATAN KEAGAMAAN DI MONAS. Suasana Monumen Nasional (Monas) yang berada di kawasan Medan Merdeka, Jakarta, Selasa (14/11). Rencana Gubernur DKI Jakarta Anies Baswedan membuka kawasan Monas untuk kegiatan keagamaan diapresiasi sejumlah tokoh agama. Sementara regulasi yang mengatur larangan tersebut yaitu SK Gubernur DKI Jakarta Nomor 14 Tahun 2004 tentang Penyelenggaraan Reklame dan Bentuk Baliho, Umbul-umbul, dan Spanduk di Jakarta harus dirubah. KONTAN/Fransiskus Simbolon/14/11/2017

KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA. Sectarian and religious lines exploited during the gubernatorial election period has given Jakarta the status of "most intolerant city in Indonesia," a survey conducted by human rights group Setara Institute revealed on Thursday. 

Jakarta was at the bottom of a list of 94 cities studied from November 2016 to October 2017. The study, called "The 2017 Index of Tolerant Cities," measured cities' midterm regional development plans, government actions and statements, discriminatory policies, intolerant acts and demographic composition based on the harmony among people of different groups.

In a similar study published in 2015, Jakarta ranked 64th. 

“Jakarta’s tolerance index decreased because of a number of events related to elections, for example, refusal to pray for the deceased or politically motivated religious sermons,” Setara deputy chairman Bonar Tigor Naipospos said.

During and prior to the election, banners threatening not to religiously treat the bodies  of deceased Muslims who supported incumbent governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama, a Christian and Chinese-Indonesian, were placed in some parts of the capital. 

Bonar said he suggested the current Jakarta administration, led by newly elected Governor Anies Baswedan, heal the wounds after the divisive election by empowering public interaction among different faiths. 

“The government should approach religious clerics and organizations and encourage them to spread the message of tolerance,” he said.

Reporter: The Jakarta Post
Editor: Dessy Rosalina


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