At the United Nations this week Indonesia said it was taking the next step in counter terrorism by fostering of dialogue one step further, by facilitating exchanges between convicted terrorists and moderate clerics under a de-radicalization programme.
The Indonesian Government has outlined a “blueprint” and a national programme that has incorporated rehabilitation, reintegration and re-education.
One of the was of preventing and suppressing terrorism was the ability to prevent and suppress the financing of terrorism was a critical part in countering terrorism.
Indonesia stated that it was important for governments have the capacity to identify, freeze and seize assets of individuals or entities affiliated with terrorist organisations.
Indonesia has enacted legislation that has laid the foundation for the government to identify, freeze and seize assets of individuals or entities affiliated with terrorist organisations.