Indonesia: human rights leadership undermined through use of the death penalty
As the government of Indonesia prepares to carry out the third round of executions since 2015, Amnesty International renews its calls on the country’s authorities to maintain their electoral promises to improve respect for human rights by immediately establishing a moratorium on the implementation of the death penalty, reviewing and commuting existing death sentences and abolishing this punishment from national legislation once and for all.
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