Indonesia: Nuku Soleiman: prisoner of conscience
Human rights activist and university student Nuku Soleiman has been jailed for criticizing Indonesia's president and for calling on him to accept responsibility for human rights violations. He was arrested on 25 November 1993. Twenty-one other peaceful demonstrators arrested in a related incident on 14 December 1993 are currently being tried on similar charges. AI regards Nuku Soleiman to be a prisoner of conscience and is calling for his immediate and unconditional release.
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