New police force should LGBT people in Indonesia to detect
The Indonesian police has a new team that LGBT people in the country need to identify.
The team is active in West Java, the largest province of Indonesia. The chief of police that the team is going to drive mentions lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders (LGBT people) “sick in their hearts and souls”.
“I hope that there will be no followers of this lifestyle in West Java. If there are, they will make the law and there are severe penalties. They will not be accepted in the society,” says the chef. He called the inhabitants of the province to see activities to report.
Homosexuality is in most part of Indonesia, the country with the largest muslim population in the world, by law, is not prohibited. The community of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders, however, the last time under great pressure.
So has police in Jakarta Sunday night in a raid in a club for gay 141 men were arrested. The men were vernerderd, and some were arrested.
Tuesday, two men who have been caught when they have sex with each other, publicly punished. The men were on a stage, each 82 lashes administered, while hundreds of people watched. That happened in the province of Aceh, the only province in Indonesia where in addition to the national code of criminal law the islamic law.