Uitgangspunten PAK-FKMCPR

Perinitis Aksi Kilat - Foundation for Keeping Moluccan Civil- and Political Rights

1. PAK-FKMCPR is een onafhankelijke actiegroep die niet gebonden is aan een regering, politieke partij of religie.
2. PAK-FKMCPR voert acties tegen mensenrechtenschendingen die begaan worden tegen Molukse gewetensgevangen door de Indonesische overheid.
3. PAK-FKMCPR tracht de Molukse gewetensgevangenen moreel en financieel te ondersteunen en de buitenwereld te informeren over hun situatie.
4. PAK-FKMCPR baseert haar activiteiten op de Universele Verklaring van de Rechten van de mens zoals deze op 10 december 1948 zijn aangenomen op de Algemene Vergadering van de Verenigde naties.

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 
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AI Index: ASA 21/023/2010 
13 September 2010


INDONESIA: Authorities must hold inquiry into death of Maluku political activist


The Indonesian government must immediately initiate an independent, effective, 
and impartial inquiry into allegations that Yusuf Sapakoly was consistently 
denied access to adequate medical care in Nania prison, Ambon, which may 
have contributed to his death today. Moreover, the family has the right to insist 
that a medical or other qualified representative be present at the autopsy and 
its findings must be made public.
 
According to local sources, Yusuf Sapakoly, aged 52 and a father of four, was denied
medical treatment by the Nania prison authorities for kidney failure which required
dialysis. He had also made complaints that he did not receive adequate treatment for
rib injuries he had received during his detention. On 7 September 2010, prison authorities
released him into the care of his family.
 
Amnesty International believes that such denial of urgently needed medical care 
amounts to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.  The treatment of Yusuf Sapakoly
 violates Indonesia’s obligations under international human rights law as well as in 
Indonesian law.
 
Yusuf Sapakoly,  was arrested on 29 June 2007 for assisting a group of peaceful 
political activists in Maluku province who unfurled the “Benang Raja” flag, a symbol 
of South Maluku independence, while performing a traditional “Cakalele” dance in front
of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. The police then reportedly tortured him 
in detention. He was subsequently charged with “rebellion” under Articles 106 and
110 of the Indonesia Criminal Code and sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment.  
 
 
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Geschreven door Francis Janssen   
maandag, 13 september 2010 08:07
Hari ini senin 13 september 2010 jam 13:00 wit.. Telah meninggal
dunia tahanan politik Maluku Yusuf Sipakoli telah meninggal dunia 
di RSU kuda mati ambon

Vandaag maandag 13 september om 13.00 ambontijd is Moluks 
politiek gevangene Yusuf Sipakoli gestorven in het RSU dr. Haulussy 
ziekenhuis te Kudamati-Ambon
 
meninggal 
Laatst aangepast op maandag, 13 september 2010 08:14
 

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