Indonesia urged to halt planned executions - 16 May 2013Headline Title: Indonesia urged to halt planned executions The authorities in Indonesia must immediately halt the execution of three men, expected imminently, Amnesty International said. Three men are expected to be executed in Indonesia in what would be a major setback in the use of the death penalty, in a country that appeared to be moving away from the brutal practice. Media Node: Indonesia Death penalty 2012 video Death penalty graphic: Executing countries 2012 At a Glance: Death penalty in numbersAt least ...682 people were executed in 21 countries in 2012.38 people were executed in 8 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.23,286 people were on death row at the end of 2012.679 people were sentenced to death in 19 countries in Asia-Pacific.140 countries worldwide, more than two-thirds, are abolitionist in law or practice.Source: Amnesty International Story Location: Indonesia 3° 5' 47.8896" S, 114° 20' 4.9812" E “More executions in Indonesia must be stopped. They call into question many of the human rights reforms and commitments made by the Indonesian government in recent years. Where it seemed that President Yudhoyono, who is due to step down next year, would leave a positive legacy relating to human rights, the opposite now appears to be the case.”” Source: , said Papang Hidayat, Amnesty International’s Indonesia Researcher. URL: Indonesia: Nine more to be executed in Indonesia Description: News, 29 April 2013 URL: Indonesia: First execution in four years “shocking and regressive” Description: News, 15 March 2013 URL: Death sentences and executions 2012 Description: Feature, 15 April 2013 URL: Five ‘crimes’ that can get you killed
La situation des droits humains en Indonésie a été étudiée en mai dans le cadre de l’Examen périodique universel de l’ONU.
En mayo, el historial de derechos humanos de Indonesia se sometió al examen periódico universal de la ONU.