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Komnas HAM said seven cases of human rights has not been completed

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Siti Nurlaela (Komnas HAM)
The National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM Indonesia) said the country still has a "debt" settlement of seven cases of gross human rights violations of law and the burden is on the president-elect to come.

"The next President has a very heavy burden, must perform the legal settlement of human rights violations by weight, including Talangsari and forced disappearances ahead of 1998," said Commissioner of the National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM), Siti Nurlaela, in Bandar, Saturday.

Seven cases of human rights violations is a recommendation of the Settlement Team Gross human rights violations in Indonesia, which established the Commission, since December 2012.

At that time, there were 10 cases of serious human rights violations which the Commission recommended that the law be settled by the state, three of which have already entered the trial, the cases of violence in Abepura, East Timor and Tanjung Priok.

While seven other cases are now in the Attorney General, but the state institutions have not made the improvement of the status of the seven cases into the investigation, until now.

"Due to the condition that, now the case is so political consumption to gain a voice in the presidential election," said Laila.

The seven cases of gross human rights violations - the violence at Trisakti, Semanggi I and II, Talangsari, enforced disappearances, mysterious shooting (Petrus), post G30S/PKI massacres, and riots in May 1998.

According to Laila, the new government under the leadership of the newly elected president will be announced on July 22, 2014 must have a good faith resolution of the case.

He explained, there are two ways you can do the president - judicial settlement, and the settlement of non-judicial.

Judicial Settlement is done by forming a human rights court to try suspects.

While the non-judicial settlement is the president issued a political move on the case, for example about national reconciliation.

"The government must have the will to resolve the case because otherwise it will continue to be a thorn in the flesh which will explode at any time," he said

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