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Bleibt Mord an indonesischem Menschenrechtler Munir ungesühnt?

Bleibt Mord an indonesischem Menschenrechtler Munir ungesühnt?


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Posted on 05:16 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Acquittal in the Murder of Indonesian Rights Activist Strengthens Impunity

Acquittal in the Murder of Indonesian Rights Activist Strengthens Impunity


01 January 2009

On 31 December 2008, the South Jakarta District Court acquitted Muchdi Purwopranjono, former Deputy Director of Indonesia’s national intelligence agency (BIN), for want of evidence. He has been charged with the murder of well-known human rights lawyer Munir. Watch Indonesia! criticizes the flawed conduct of judges and prosecutors: due to the implausible motive of the indictment, the weak evidence presented and the lack of witness protection, a conviction of Muchdi in accordance with rule of law-standards would have ... read more

Posted on 04:50 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Watch's Press Releases & Statements
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Verpasste Chancen, unerfüllte Versprechen

Verpasste Chancen, unerfüllte Versprechen


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Posted on 12:31 AM in joint studies and reports, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice
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Frauenrechtlerinnen aus Osttimor

Frauenrechtlerinnen aus Osttimor


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Posted on 12:54 PM in Activities, Visitor Programmes
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Govt slammed for human rights abuses

Govt slammed for human rights abuses


The Jakarta Post, 12 September 2008

Abdul Khalik, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta

Fatimah Azzahra, the daughter of a 1984 Tanjung Priok massacre victim, shook hands with Paramadina University rector Anies Baswedan after being awarded a scholarship from the university.
„This is part of our effort to assure these victims that they still have a future despite the tragedy,“ Anies told hundreds of human rights victims who were gathered at the office of the Commission for ... read more

Posted on 01:33 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Indonesia Regrets Human Rights Violations in East Timor

Indonesia Regrets Human Rights Violations in East Timor


DW-World.de, 15 July 2008

Indonesia has acknowledged that its state institutions carried out gross human rights violations during East Timor’s 1999 vote for independence. The admission came after a bilateral commission submitted its findings, blaming Jakarta for crimes against humanity. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, receiving the commission’s report, expressed his regret over the 1999 events. But he, along with his East Timorese counterpart José Ramos Horta also insisted on moving forward.

The Commission of Truth and Friendship (CTF) finally submitted its ... read more

Posted on 12:40 PM in Indonesia, East Timor, Publications, Transitional Justice, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Suharto gewinnt Prozess

Suharto gewinnt Prozess


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Posted on 03:57 AM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Press Freedom, Publications
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So nicht, Suharto!

So nicht, Suharto!


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Posted on 07:54 AM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Geschichte eines Scheiterns

Geschichte eines Scheiterns


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Posted on 05:26 PM in East Timor, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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The New Indonesian Constitutional Court

The New Indonesian Constitutional Court


April 2007

A study into its beginnings and first years of work

by Petra Stockmann

[…] Constitutional courts in transition countries face a number of additional challenges: For one, the courts will in one way or another have to deal with the legacy of the past authoritarian regimes. Questions of transitional justice may also touch upon the realm of constitutional jurisdiction and might collide with the principle of upholding the law. And then there is the question of what ... read more

Posted on 04:03 AM in democracy, joint studies and reports, Justice, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Publications
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