Ministry of Foreign Affairs Opens Voice about 149 TKI Killed in Malaysian Immigration Detention

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia — The Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has opened its voice regarding reports of 149 Indonesian migrant workers who died in Sabah immigration detention, Malaysia. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs admitted that it had received a report from the Coalition of Sovereign Migrant Workers (KBMB) regarding the TKI who were said to … Read more

Investigation report reveals dozens of Indonesian citizens died in Malaysian immigration detention, the Indonesian Consul will confirm

June 27, 2022 Image source, GALIH PRADIPTA / BETWEEN PHOTOS Caption, Protesters who are members of the Sovereign Migrant Workers Coalition (KBMB) display writings during their action in front of the Malaysian Embassy, ​​Jakarta, Friday (6/24/2022). The Coalition of Sovereign Migrant Workers (KBMB) reported that as many as 18 Indonesian citizens died at the Tawau … Read more

AGO Explains about 2 Indosurya KSP Suspects Released from Detention Center

Jakarta – Attorney General’s Office (AGO) open voice regarding the two suspects in the Savings and Loans Cooperative (KSP) case Indosurya released from prison. The two suspects are known to have served 120 days in prison. The Kapuspenkum of the Attorney General’s Office, Ketut Sumedana, explained that based on Article 110 paragraph 2 of the … Read more

Cartabia at work on prisons: ‘alternative sentences under 4 years’ – Chronicle

“The implementation of the delegation for the criminal trial, the legislative decrees of which are being drawn up and will be brought to the Council of Ministers shortly, has an important part concerning the alternative sentences of short prison sentences of up to 4 years”: in place of prison, semi-release, home detention, public utility work … Read more

Cartabia at work on prisons: ‘alternative sentences under 4 years’ – Chronicle

“The implementation of the delegation for the criminal trial, the legislative decrees of which are being drawn up and will be brought to the Council of Ministers shortly, has an important part concerning the alternative sentences of short prison sentences of up to 4 years”: in place of prison, semi-release, home detention, public utility work … Read more

Indian Police Brutally Beat Group of Muslims in Detention, BJP Politicians Happy

loading… Indian police officers beat a group of Muslims brutally in detention. Those who were beaten were allegedly part of the demonstrators protesting the insults of the Prophet Muhammad. Photo/BBC NEW DELHI – A video showing the police India brutally beat a group of Muslims in detention. The video went viral after it was shared … Read more

Two suspects of attempted murder have been placed under pre-trial detention by the council chamber. Police are still looking for a third suspect. “The victim was frequently beaten by several suspects” | Brussels

Brussel23-year-old Nabil Messaoudi, the third suspect in the murder attempt and deprivation of liberty, is still wanted. This is reported by the Brussels public prosecutor’s office. The facts date from May 31, this week the police distributed a search message for the man. 26-year-old Yassine Ben Sellam Lamarti, who was wanted for the same offenses … Read more

With police combos ended arrest in Coquimbo: Passers-by and merchants should have helped them | National

Carabinieri arrested two subjects in the middle of a violent incident that ended with bystanders collaborating with officials, in Coquimbo. The arrest of two subjects ended with blows, who managed to be captured thanks to the help of passers-by in Coquimbo. It was an event recorded on May 25 on Pinto street in front of … Read more

The beginning of a revolution in the prison system: here is the 1st house of detention that will see the light of day in Belgium (video)

In Kortrijk, the first detention center in our country to serve prison sentences of less than 3 years. These are men who must serve a maximum of 3 years in prison and who are prepared for their reintegration into society. Detention houses provide better supervision for prisoners and enable them to find work, for example. … Read more

Zaki: “A lot of risk in the trial against free speech” – Chronicle

“I’m fine, there will be the next hearing on June 21. The proceedings began in September, I found myself in court for writing an article on the situation of the Coptic Christian minority” in Egypt, “because I talked about the religious minority, now I risk a lot, because mine is a question of free speech … Read more