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The Indonesian president, Joko Widodo, has signed a decree authorising chemical castration for convicted child sex offenders and requiring those released on bail to wear electronic monitoring devices.
(Article by Joe Cochrane, republished from The new punishment comes in response to the brutal gang rape and murder in April of a 14-year-old girl on her way home on the island of Sumatra.
Seven teenage boys were each sentenced to 10 years in prison for the crime, which prompted national outrage and revived previous calls for chemical castration as a punishment against child sex offenders.
Indonesia has raised the punishment for convicted pedophiles to chemical castration, in response to national outrage following the brutal gang rape and murder of a young girl.
President Joko Widodo signed off on the new law on Wednesday, saying: "We hope that this law will be a deterrent for offenders and can suppress sexual crimes against children." Activists had been pressing Widodo to fast track the bill, after a violent gang rape and murder shocked the nation.
In April, a 14-year-old girl was dragged into the forest in Sumatra and gang raped then killed by 14 boys, many younger than 18.Her naked, tied-up body was discovered three days later when the stench spread.While the case appears to be the final straw for lawmakers, it follows several high-profile child sex crimes in the country.Earlier this month, a man strangled a nine-year-old girl and raped her.In 2014, a six-year-old boy was raped by the janitors at the Jakarta International School, where the kindergartener was attending.Indonesia, with 255 million people, remains one of the world's top destinations for child sex tourism, where enforcement efforts to clamp down on it have been thwarted by corruption and poverty.