Yudhoyono admits about violation of human rights

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said he is committed is aware of the frequent violations of human rights in Indonesia. "Violation of human rights are still around, committed in different places at any time," said Yudhoyono.

Yudhoyono indicated a point implied at times in international fora relating to violations of human rights. "Indonesia has always been the aim in question to ask." However, the situation systematically has changed, "Yudhoyono said." In fact, Indonesia was elected as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Not only that, has changed human rights condition in Indonesia considerably, compared to the situation before about 10-15 years. "We will do everything right," he said.

With regard to the unresolved cases on violations of human rights required search Yudhoyono everyone the best solution to the problem. "I've been looking for specific answers for stable peace in Aceh, as well as Poso, Ambon, go," he said.

Earlier, a number of human rights activists and observers expressed concern about unclear processes of human rights cases. The Government is seen as irresponsive to the victims and families of human rights violations in the past.

Human rights are irrelevant in political and State practics. In addition, it was getting worse and worse since law No 27 / 2004 on truth and Reconciliation Commission (KKR) was blocked by the Constitutional Court was.

"Because the law has been removed, obligations of the State of the problems weakened,", said Director of the Institute for policy research and advocacy (ELSAM), Indriaswari Saptaningrum.

According to Indriaswari, legislators have admitted that the delayed processing of serious violations of human rights a promise that is met. "But it is always difficult with the Government and the legislature on the subject to discuss," said Indriaswari.


Yudhoyono admits about violation of human rights