There is confusion within the Indonesian government over whether the executions of convicted Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be delayed. Indonesia informed the Australian embassy last week that it planned to execute the pair this month.
However, now Indonesia’s Justice and Human Rights minister, Yasonna Laoly, is suggesting their executions could be delayed by the countries current political situation, namely a war of sorts between corruption investigators and the national police, long considered the country’s most corrupt institution.
Indonesia’s attorney-general, Muhammad Prasetyo, said that would not affect plans to execute the Australians. The minister’s department and the attorney-general’s office have to coordinate to arrange the executions :: Read the full article »»»»