In Southeast Asia, human rights abuse is not yet history
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The dark history of extra-judicial killings and disappearances of political or human rights activists seems so distant in democratic Indonesia, a decade after the collapse of Soeharto’s authoritarianism. That, however, is no sign that human rights is no longer an issue in this country of 230 million people.Only recently, a mob attacked a church that was still under construction in Bekasi, West J...
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