You have searched for "petition"
Showing 201-210 of 7419
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): A university lecturer has challenged the revised Constitutional Court Law that increases the maximum term and minimum age for the court’s justices, arguing that the provisions as well as the deliberation process of the law violate the 1945 Constitution.
SRINAGAR, India (AFP): India has freed a former chief minister of Kashmir who was detained 14 months ago along with thousands of others when New Delhi imposed direct rule on the disputed region with a huge security clampdown.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has called for a major government inquiry into the tight ownership of Australian media by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, securing more than 46,000 signatures on a petition after just two days.
Pakistan’s telecom regulator has banned TikTok, claiming the app failed to remove “immoral” and “indecent” content. But TikTok had been installed 43 million times in Pakistan, according to the analytics firm Sensor Tower.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan may ease rules on the sale of the "morning-after pill" so it can be bought without a prescription as early as next year, Kyodo news agency said on Thursday, a reform that would bring Japan in line with nearly 100 other countries.
US Supreme Court justices peppered lawyers for Google and Oracle with questions on computer code and copyright on Oct 7 in a court clash which could have major ramifications for the technology sector and digital innovation.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): A number of the country’s labour unions plan to challenge the recently passed Job Creation Law through a petition for judicial review with the Constitutional Court.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesian police arrested 23 protesters in two industrial areas of Java island, using tear gas and water cannon as thousands across the country demonstrated against a new jobs law that critics say weakens worker rights and environmental regulation.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian police arrested 23 protesters in two industrial areas of Java island, using tear gas and water cannon as thousands across the country demonstrated against a new jobs law that critics say weakens worker rights and environmental regulation.