quinta-feira, 5 de março de 2015

Australia outraged with imminent executions in Indonesia

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have seen attributed to capital punishment in 2006, by directing a network of traffickers of heroin between Indonesia and Australia. Both were detained in prison in Kerobokan, Bali tourist island.

The new Indonesian President rejects any mercy to guilty of drug trafficking.

The Australian Government says rebelled with the "intransigence" of Jakarta. Prime Minister Tony Abbott stressed that hates "drug-related crimes, but also the death penalty. These two Australians deserve to be punished, but not executed. Millions of Australians feel revolted against the perspective of these executions ".

Indonesian authorities announced the exact date, but they did understand that are imminent. For the first time since 2013, six death row inmates, including five foreigners, were executed on January 18 in Indonesia, provoking strong criticism from countries of origin.

Rodrigo Barbosa | With AFP

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