The controversial jobs creation law is set to be passed by the house at its next plenary session. Previously last Wednesday the legislative body of the house of representatives already agreed to pass the jobs creation law.
The deputy speaker of the house, Sufmi Dasco Ahmad, affirmed that the house and government will discuss the jobs creation law at its next plenary session. He also confirmed that the jobs creation law will be passed.
This comes even as the jobs creation law has come under heavy criticism by experts and labor unions alike, who lamented that the law still has not improved numerous regulations pertaining to worker's rights, including provisions on outsourcing and minimum wages.