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Indonesia: Kopassus conviction small step towards ending impunity

The conviction of eight Kopassus (Special Forces Command) soldiers today is a step towards ending impunity In Indonesia, but also highlights how military courts are not fit to try its own soldiers for human rights violations, Amnesty International said. The conviction of eight Kopassus (Special Forces Command) soldiers today is a step towards ending impunity In Indonesia, but also highlights how military courts are not fit to try its own soldiers

Indonésie. Les conclusions de la Commission nationale des droits humains donnent de l’espoir aux victimes du conflit en Aceh

Les revendications en faveur de la vérité, de la justice et de réparations émises par les victimes du conflit dévastateur qu’a connu la province de l’Aceh (Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam) gagnent du terrain malgré les importantes difficultés qui subsistent, a déclaré Amnesty International à l’occasion de la publication d’une synthèse commémorant le huitième anniversaire de la fin du conflit. Cette synthèse, intitulée No Peace without Justice, montre que de nombreuses victimes et familles de victimes en Aceh

Indonesia: Commission’s findings offer hope for victims of the Aceh conflict

Calls for truth, justice and reparation by victims of the devastating Aceh conflict are gathering momentum despite serious remaining challenges, Amnesty International said as it published a briefing to mark the eighth anniversary of the conflict’s end. Calls for truth, justice and reparation by victims of the devastating Aceh conflict are gathering momentum despite serious remaining challenges, Amnesty International said as it published a briefin

Indonesia: Military tribunals being used to shield human rights violators

The trial of 12 Kopassus (Special Forces Command) soldiers accused of the extrajudicial execution of four detainees is likely to be little more than a sham warned Amnesty International as the military hearing opens on Thursday. The trial of 12 Kopassus (Special Forces Command) soldiers accused of the extrajudicial execut

Indonesia: Military tribunals being used to shield human rights violators - 19 June 2013

Headline Title:  Indonesia: Military tribunals being used to shield human rights violators The trial of 12 Kopassus (Special Forces Command) soldiers accused of the extrajudicial execution of four detainees is likely to be little more than a sham warned Amnesty International as the milit The trial of 12 Kopassus soldiers accused of the extrajudicial execution of four detainees is likely to be little more than a sham, Amnesty International said as the military hearing opens on Thursday. Media Node:  Indonesia Story Location:  Indonesia 2° 24' 58.5936" S, 120° 0' 52.7328" E URL:  Indonesia: Military tribunal will further entrench impunity Description:  Public statement, 19 April 2013 URL:  Indonesia: Time to face the past: Justice for past abuses in Indonesia's Aceh province Description:  Report, 18 April 2013

Indonesia debe paralizar las ejecuciones previstas - 16 May 2013

Headline Title:  Indonesia debe paralizar las ejecuciones previstas Las autoridades indonesias deben paralizar de inmediato la ejecución de tres hombres que tiene previsto llevar a cabo de forma inminente, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional. La ejecución de tres hombres prevista en Indonesia, un país que parecía estar distanciándose de esta práctica brutal, constituiría un importante retroceso en la aplicación de la pena de muerte. Media Node:  Indonesia_es Video: La pena de muerte en 2012 Death penalty graphic: Executing countries 2012_es At a Glance:  La pena de muerte en cifras:Al menos 682 personas fueron ejecutadas en 21 países en 2012.Se llevaron a cabo al menos 38 ejecuciones en 8 países de la región de Asia y Oceanía.Al final de 2012 había al menos 23.286 personas condenadas a muerte.Al menos 679 personas fueron condenadas a muerte en 19 países de la región de Asia y Oceanía.Un total de 140 países de todo el mundo, más de las dos terceras partes, son abolicionistas en su legislación o en la práctica.Fuente: Amnistía Internacional Story Location:  Indonesia 3° 5' 47.8896" S, 114° 20' 4.9812" E “Deben paralizarse el resto de las ejecuciones en Indonesia. Ponen en entredicho muchos de los compromisos y las reformas en materia de derechos humanos adoptados por el gobierno indonesio en los últimos años. Cuando parecía que el presidente Yudhoyono iba a dejar un legado positivo en relación con los derechos humanos, antes de abandonar el poder el año que viene, ahora parece que va a ocurrir lo contrario.” Source:  Papang Hidayat, investigador de Amnistía Internacional sobre Indonesia. URL:  Indonesia: Nine more to be executed in Indonesia Description:  News, 29 April 2013 URL:  Indonesia: First execution in four years “shocking and regressive” Description:  News, 15 March 2013 URL:  Death sentences and executions 2012 Description:  Feature, 15 April 2013 URL:  Five ‘crimes’ that can get you killed

Indonesia urged to halt planned executions - 16 May 2013

Headline Title:  Indonesia urged to halt planned executions The authorities in Indonesia must immediately halt the execution of three men, expected imminently, Amnesty International said. Three men are expected to be executed in Indonesia in what would be a major setback in the use of the death penalty, in a country that appeared to be moving away from the brutal practice. Media Node:  Indonesia Death penalty 2012 video Death penalty graphic: Executing countries 2012 At a Glance:  Death penalty in numbersAt least ...682 people were executed in 21 countries in 2012.38 people were executed in 8 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.23,286 people were on death row at the end of 2012.679 people were sentenced to death in 19 countries in Asia-Pacific.140 countries worldwide, more than two-thirds, are abolitionist in law or practice.Source: Amnesty International Story Location:  Indonesia 3° 5' 47.8896" S, 114° 20' 4.9812" E “More executions in Indonesia must be stopped. They call into question many of the human rights reforms and commitments made by the Indonesian government in recent years. Where it seemed that President Yudhoyono, who is due to step down next year, would leave a positive legacy relating to human rights, the opposite now appears to be the case.”” Source:  , said Papang Hidayat, Amnesty International’s Indonesia Researcher. URL:  Indonesia: Nine more to be executed in Indonesia Description:  News, 29 April 2013 URL:  Indonesia: First execution in four years “shocking and regressive” Description:  News, 15 March 2013 URL:  Death sentences and executions 2012 Description:  Feature, 15 April 2013 URL:  Five ‘crimes’ that can get you killed
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La situation des droits humains en Indonésie a été étudiée en mai dans le cadre de l’Examen périodique universel de l’ONU.


Freedom of expression suppressed in Papua as third peaceful protester dies - 9 May 2013

Headline Title:  Freedom of expression suppressed in Papua The death of an activist after she participated in a peaceful protest in Papua, Indonesia, is a tragic reminder of the precarious state of freedom of expression and assembly in the region, Amnesty A third activist died of gunshot wounds she received at a peaceful commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the handover of Papua to the Indonesian government. Media Node:  Papua Story Location:  Indonesia 0° 52' 22.854" S, 117° 4' 13.1268" E “The death of the three political activists is a stark reminder that in Papua, speaking out comes with a high price.” Source:  Isabelle Arradon, Asia-Pacific Deputy Director at Amnesty International. URL:  Indonesia: End police violence against demonstrators in Papua Description:  Story, 25 October 2012

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