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: How a nation contront it's past is one of the topics on studies of transititonal justice. Since Constitutional Court nullified Indonesian TRC Law 27/2004, reconciliation in Indonesia has entered a status quo. This paper explores possibilities on regulating the future of Indonesian reconciliation law based on three points of departures: (i) the dynamics on regulating reconciliation in Indonesia, (ii) precedents from Constitutional Court's decisions, and (iii) lesson learned from South Africadoi:10.24167/jhpk.v2i1.5648 fatcat:gpwdkxngwjczhnbjal2zxqomiq