Indonesia: Stop silencing public discussions on 1965 violations
Amnesty International is concerned about continued attempts by the Indonesian authorities to silence public discussions, and disband events, related to serious human rights violations that occurred 50 years ago, the most recent at a writers festival in Bali. These actions are a clear restriction of the rights to freedom of expression and assembly and must end immediately.
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