Indonesia: Freedom, justice, equality: Human rights agenda for the elected government officials

As the forthcoming presidential elections in February 2024 draw near, Amnesty International has prepared a briefing for the newly elected president and vice president of Indonesia, outlining the country’s current human rights issues and the Indonesian government’s failure to uphold its legal obligations to respect, protect, promote, and fulfil human rights. Indonesia continues to fail to guarantee people’s rights to express their opinions peacefully amidst a shrinking civic space. Even though the Indonesian Constitution guarantees freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, this briefing highlight Indonesia’s failure to guarantee peaceful expression of opinions.

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