UN urges RI to address ‘lawful’ persecution
Margareth S. Aritonang and Yohana Ririhena
The Jakarta Post
The United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights Navanethem Pillay has strongly urged the Indonesian government to amend or repeal laws and regulations she deemed discriminatory against religious minorities.
Pillay also urged the Indonesian government to accept the presence of a UN special rapporteur on freedom of religion as a response to the ongoing religious persecution in the countr...
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