According to the Regulation of the Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia Number 43 of 2021 concerning Assimilation Requirements and Integration Rights for Prisoners and Children in the Context of Prevention and Control of the Spread of Covid-19, as many as 16 inmates of the Class IIB Muara Enim Correctional Institution undergo assimilation at home. Friday (25/02/2022).
Head of Head of Muara Enim Herdianto through Kasibindik Taufik said that the granting of housing assimilation does not mean that the inmates are completely free, but that they are still under the supervision of the Correctional Center (Bapas).
Under normal circumstances, assimilation is a process of fostering prisoners and children carried out by blending prisoners and children in community life such as working outside prisons.
“Instructed residents who receive the Assimilation Program must have met the requirements, both administratively and substantively and of course there is no charge or free. Inmates who undergo assimilation have obligations that must be carried out, including being obliged to stay at home as long as the assimilation has not ended. Do not commit acts that violate law and behave well,” added Taufik.
“If there are those who again violate the law, then the inmates will be revoked assimilation and will be processed further,” he said.
In the implementation of the granting of assimilation, he also accompanied the Head of Subsidy for Registration, Akbar Guntara.
“I am very grateful for the provision of this assimilation program, I can gather again with my family. All the service processes here are good, easy, and free of charge. During my coaching at the Muara Enim Prison I got a lot of self-reliance skills that can be my provision after completing the assimilation later,” said one of the assisted residents who received the assimilation.
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