Joint Report on Issues on Death Penalty in Indonesia

This stakeholders’ report was jointly prepared by seven civil societies that are concerned with the issues relating to the death penalty in Indonesia. Notwithstanding the Government of Indonesia’s rejection of recommendations to abolish the death penalty,[1] this report conveys other recommendations relating to the nation’s death penalty policy that have been accepted by Indonesia during the previous Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process at the fifth meeting on May 23, 2012, as enunciated in the following sections.

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