Victims `may not get compensation'
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The Witness and Victim Protection Agency told families and victims of the 1984 Tanjung Priok massacre Saturday that it might be difficult for them to ask for compensation from the government. A commissioner from the agency, Lili Pintauli Siregar, said she could not find ways to get the government to pay compensation to the victims for the pain and loss they had endured because the case was tu...
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