Selasa, 15 Mei 2012

HRW: Indonesia: Rights Record under Scrutiny at UN

Followers of the minority Islamic sect Ahmadiyah extinguish their burnt mosque in Ciampea village of Indonesia's West Java province October 1, 2010. © 2010 Reuters

(Jakarta) – United Nations member states should urge Indonesia to adopt specific measures to ensure religious freedom, free expression, and accountability for abuses at the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Indonesia at the UN Human Rights Council on May 23, 2012, Human Rights Watch and KontraS (the Commission for “The Disappeared” and Victims of Violence) said today.
"Countries should be asking Indonesia hard questions about why over the past four years violence and discrimination against religious minorities is getting worse, and why Indonesia continues to imprison peaceful activists. The UPR should put Indonesia on the spot to adopt specific reforms rather than dancing around the issues. "Elaine Pearson, deputy Asia director"
The UPR, through which each UN member country is examined once every four years, will allow governments to review Indonesia’s human rights record and make recommendations for improvements.
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