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Rubbing Salt into the Wound

Monday, 23 January 2023

President Jokowi hesitated to express regret over 12 cases of severe human rights violation. After a long debate, the PPHAM team finally agreed not to recommend an apology from the President. This move is supported by Islamic clerics and retired military officers.

Survivors of the 1965-1966 human rights violations listen to President Joko Widodo’s speech at the Secretariat of Solidarity for Victims of Human Rights Violations in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Sunday, January 15. ANTARA/Basri Marzuki . tempo : 168542188299_

PRESIDENT Joko Widodo stated his doubt before the Non-Judicial Resolution Team for Past Serious Human Rights Violations (PPHAM). During a meeting at the State Palace, Jakarta, Wednesday, January 11, Jokowi asked about the acknowledgment and regret over 12 cases of severe human right violation.

“Should I express regret, would this not be a problem?” said a member of the PPHAM team who is also the former Army’s Deputy Chief of St


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