Watchdogs maul govt over GKI fudge
The Jakarta Post
Human rights watchdogs have attacked the decision to disband the Indonesian Christian Church in Taman Yasmin (GKI Yasmin) in Bogor, West Java, demanding the government complies with a court ruling on the church.
At the Wahid Institute on Wednesday, a loose coalition of human rights groups revealed that the Indonesian Christian Church (GKI) had agreed to close GKI Yasmin and would use the h...
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