Death Execution of Drugs Convicts, Attorney General: President Directing to be Carried Out Accordance with the Provision

By Alfurkon Setiawan
Date 29 April 2015
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Prasetyo

Attorney General Prasetyo

Attorney General Prasetyo signaled the execution of the ten (10) death row inmates of narcotics and drugs (drugs) which now isolated in the Penitentiary (Prison) Nusa Kambangan, Cilacap, Central Java, will be conducted in the near future.

“The president said carried in accordance with the rules and regulations. He has to explain how the legal process runs as it should be implemented, “said Prasetyo told reporters after attending a limited cabinet meeting at the Presidential office in Jakarta, Tuesday (28/4) afternoon.

Attorney General hoped which countries put some pressure on, because its members are included in the list to be executed understands this problem, and not force the government to change or cancel. If we cancel or change means Indonesia is weak to face drug, “he said.

He asks those countries respect to the rule of law of other countries, including Indonesia

According to Prasetyo, the Attorney General has determined the day of the execution of the second phase of the 10 death row inmates, so that later when the execution goes smoothly without any interruption

Attorney General explained that the preparation for the execution of convicted drug is now up 100 percent. Therefore, this day is also defined as the last day the family can visit convicted persons

According to the Attorney General Prasetyo has determined the day of the execution of the second phase of the 10 death row inmates, so that later when the execution goes smoothly without any interruption

Attorney General explained that the preparation for the execution of convicted drug is now up 100 percent. Therefore, this day is also defined as the last day the family can visit convicted persons.

Regarding the number of convicts to be executed, the Attorney General Prasetyo argued, which certaintly are 9 persons convicted, namely: 2 from Australia,  3 Nigeria, and Brazil, Indonesia, Ghana, and the Philippines each one.

Based on data from nine people are: 1. Myuran Sukumaran (Australia); 2. Andrew Chan (Australia); 3. Raheem Agbaje Salami (Nigeria); 4. Rodrigue Gularte (Brazil); 5. Sylvester Obiekwe Nwaolise alias Mustafa (Nigeria); 6. Martin Anderson aka Belo (Ghana); 7. Okwudili Oyatanze (Nigeria); 8. Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso (Philippines); and 9. Zainal Abidin (Indonesia).

Regarding the fate of Serge Areski Atlaoui French, Attorney General Prasetyo hoped at the last moment could be handed over to be carried out executions. “They should be able to provide insights on the existing law, it should be explained that all legal remedies, all legal rights already granted. So there is nothing more that needs to be given. Because if it keeps doing that means just buying time,” Attorney General said.

The Attorney General argues, it should be in the presence of clemency, that have been completed because the clemency, meaning the convict plead guilty, accept the verdict, and asked for forgiveness. That way there is no legal remedy that should be done. (Humas Setkab/ES)

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