Hundreds of Indonesian migrant workers face death sentences in Malaysia

Three hundred and forty five migrant Indonesian workers are facing the death sentence in Malaysia, according to Sabang-Merauke Circle.

“They seek jobs for a better life in Malaysia. Therefore, it is important for President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to express his concern,” Sabang-Merauke Circle director Syahganda Nainggolan said Sunday, as quoted by

Yudhoyono has not shown any good intentions on settling the matter, Syahganda said.

“The Indonesian government must use diplomacy to defend the rights of Indonesian who face the death sentence,” he added.

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