Los grupos que trabajan en defensa de los derechos humanos en Indonesia están intentando llamar la atención de la comunidad internacional sobre la controvertida pena de muerte en el país, después de que sus reivindicaciones en el contexto nacional cayeran en saco roto. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo.

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By Margareth S. Aritonang

Indonesia’s human rights groups are bringing the country’s controversial capital punishment into the global spotlight after demands to abolish it back home had fallen on deaf ears.

Several civil society organizations are set to present the problems revolving around the practice of the death penalty in the country when Indonesia’s human rights records are reviewed during the upcoming United Nations Human Rights Council’s (UNHRC) Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in Geneva in May.

UPR is the UN’s quadrennial assembly, which aims to examine the performance of all members in protecting and upholding human rights in their respective countries. The UNHRC will gather governments and rights groups of all member countries in order to collect comprehensive information for review. The upcoming meeting is the third cycle of meetings, which will result in recommendations to each country.

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