Abductions & Extra-judicial Killings

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December 2004

News/Indonesia
Tempo Interactive – December 15, 2004

Jakarta – Suciwati, the wife of the late Munir, is to seek international support. She will be forced to do this if an Indonesian independent investigation team is not able to work effectively.

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Republika – December 6, 2004

Dwo, Jakarta – It is hoped that President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will immediately form a special team which can handle the murder of human rights activist Munir.

November 2004

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Detik.com – November 25, 2004

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Detik.com – November 24, 2004

Suwarjono, Jakarta – TNI (armed forces) chief Endriartono Sutarto is asking that the death of human rights activist Munir not be turned into a political issue.

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Detik.com – November 23, 2004

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Tempo Interactive – November 22, 2004

Indra Darmawan, Jakarta – Leading non-government organisation (NGO) figures are urging the government to form an independent team to investigate Munir’s murder.

News/Indonesia
Detik.com – November 21, 2004

Arin Widiyanti, Jakarta – Indonesian Human Rights Watch (Imparsial) and the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (Kontras) are urging the government and police to investigate thre

Analysis/Indonesia
Detik.com – November 21, 2004

Arin Widiyanti, Jakarta – Munir’s widow, Suciwati, says that the threats against her indicate that the death of her husband was politically motivated.

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Detik.com – November 21, 2004

Arin Widiyanti, Jakarta – The executive director of Indonesian Human Rights Watch (Imparsial), Rachlan Nashidik, says that the person or persons threatening Munir’s family want to send a message th

March 2004

News/Indonesia
Kompas – March 16, 2004

Jakarta, Kompas – Accusations of human rights violations have not affected retired Lieutenant General Prabowo Subianto’s plan to advance towards the presidency.