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[Asing Lokal Gelar Tiker] Menghitung Maju Bali Nine
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Quote:Bali Nine: Chan, Sukumaran Lose Final Appeal

By Anne Lu

on April 06 2015 11:47 PM


Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have lost their last chance at escaping execution. An Indonesian administrative court has rejected the Bali Nine ringleaders’ appeals to challenge President Joko Widodo’s rejection of clemency on Monday.

The pair’s legal team challenged Mr Widodo’s blanket ban on 64 death row inmates, saying the Indonesian leader did not review individual cases before deciding on them. They argued that Mr Widodo had the responsibility to give each clemency application thorough consideration.

A lower administrative court previously rejected their appeal on the grounds of their lack of jurisdiction to hear the matter. However, the Australians’ defence team was adamant that the court was the right place to lodge their appeal. Dr Otong Rosadi, the Dean of Law from Ekasakti University, testified as an expert witness for Chan and Sukumaran. He said the president’s decision to refuse the clemency plea was an administrative process, and therefore should be heard in the administrative court.

On Monday, the three-judge panel at the Jakarta High Administrative Court who tried Chan and Sukumaran’s complaints separately agreed with the lower court that the case is out of their jurisdiction. They ruled that clemency is the prerogative of the president.

The appeal would have been Chan and Sukumaran’s final chance avoiding execution. Their lawyers now plan to challenge the constitutional court to outline Mr Widodo’s obligations in giving out clemency. They hope to delay the execution until they have exhausted all legal avenues for the condemned Australians. However, Attorney-General HM Prasetyo won’t wait for them anymore.

“This is proof of their tendency to delay … it’s like toying with law,” he said after the court’s verdict, vowing there would be no more delay. “For me it’s enough. It’s finished. It’s finished.”

Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop has expressed her disappointment over the Indonesian court’s verdict for Chan and Sukumaran. “Both men have undergone extensive rehabilitation and I will continue to make representations to my counterpart, just as Australia will continue to use all diplomatic options to seek a stay of execution,” she said in a statement. “Again, the Australian Government respectfully requests the President to review their pleas for clemency.”

Sukumaran and Chan, who have already been transferred from Kerobokan prison to Nusakambangan Island, are included in the next batch of 10 death row inmates facing the firing squad over drug charges. Filipino Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso’s appeal for judicial review was recently rejected by the Supreme Court.

Serge Areski Atlaoui from France and Martin Anderson from Ghana are still awaiting results for their judicial reviews.






Quote:Julie Bishop Kecewa Keputusan PTUN Terhadap Duo Bali Nine

Created on Tuesday, 07 April 2015 00:37


Jakarta, GATRAnews - Jaksa Agung telah bersumpah tidak akan ada lagi penundaan eksekusi mati terhadap kelompok Bali Nine termasuk Myuran Sukumaran dan Andrew Chan. Meski pihak pengacara melakukan perlawan hukum dengan mengajukan ke Mahkamah Konstitusi setelah Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara menolak permohonannya untuk menyelamatkan mereka dari regu tembak.

Jaksa Agung HM Prasetyo mengatakan proses hukum sudah dilakukan. Hakim Ketua PTUN telah mengetok palunya setelah pengajuan banding oleh pengacara untuk dua dari Bali Nine penyelundup narkoba.

Ditanya tentang rencana pengajuan ke Mahkamah Konstitusi, Jaksa Agung Prasetyo kepada Agence France Presse mengatakan, tidak akan ada lagi penundaan eksekusi.

"Ini membuktikan bahwa mereka hanya mencoba untuk mengulur waktu. Kita dapat mengatakan mereka bermain dengan keadilan," kata Prasetyo kepada AFP.

Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara Jakarta menolak kedua terpidana mati pada Senin (6/4) sore dengan alasan tidak memiliki yurisdiksi untuk keputusan Presiden tentang grasi. Prospek Chan dan Sukumaran yang sedang terhindar sekarang sangat suram.

Pengacara Chan dan Sukumaran, Leonard Arpan Aritonang, mengatakan, kecewa dengan hasil PTUN, tapi itu tidak akan menghentikan upaya hukum untuk memenangkan grasi. Mereka akan meminta Mahkamah Konstitusi untuk memperjelas kewajiban Presiden Indonesia dalam kaitannya dengan grasi.

Tim pengacara akan bekerjasama dengan Komisi Nasional Hak Asasi Manusia di Indonesia (Komnas HAM) dan organisasi non-pemerintah lainnya.

Ketika ditanya apakah tindakan Mahkamah Konstitusi akan menunda eksekusi, Aritonang mengatakan, “Kami berharap pemerintah menghormati proses hukum yang sedang berlangsung."

Menteri Luar Negeri Australia Julie Bishop mengatakan pemerintah Australia kecewa dengan keputusan Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara, Senin (6/4) sore, seperti dilansir The Sydney Morning Herald.

"Kami memahami bahwa tim hukum untuk Chan dan Sukumaran sedang mempertimbangkan opsi hukum lainnya," kata Bishop.

"Kedua pria telah mengalami rehabilitasi di lembaga pemasyarakatan dan saya akan terus membuat representasi kepada rekan saya, seperti Australia akan terus menggunakan semua opsi diplomatik untuk mencari penundaan eksekusi. Sekali lagi, Pemerintah Australia dengan hormat meminta Presiden Joko Widodo untuk meninjau permohonan grasi mereka.

"Kami menghormati keputusan Pemerintah Indonesia untuk menunggu hasil dari proses hukum yang sedang berlangsung."

Chan dan Sukumaran akan tetap berada di semi-isolasi Penjara Nusakambangan sampai hasil dari kasus-kasus hukum terpidana mati lainnya. Belum ada tanggal kapan pelaksanaan untuk eksekusi.

Pemerintah Indonesia telah bersumpah untuk mengeksekusi mati terhadap 10 penyelundup narkoba secara bersamaan, karena, Bishop mengatakan, eksekusi akan mempengaruhi kondisi psikologis para tahanan.


Editor: Arief Prasetyo






Quote:Demi Peringatan KAA, Eksekusi Mati Ditunda


07 April 2015 18:36 WIB


REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Pelaksanaan eksekusi mati dipastikan tak akan dilakukan bulan ini. Jaksa Agung HM Prasetyo mengatakan, hal itu lantaran Indonesia akan menjadi tuan rumah peringatan Konferensi Asia Afrika (KAA) pada 19-24 April mendatang.

"Masa sedang ada acara kenegaraan yang melibatkan sekian banyak orang lalu ada eksekusi," ujarnya di Kantor Presiden, Selasa (7/4).

Prasetyo ingin memastikan pelaksanaan eksekusi mati tidak mengganggu kegiatan kenegaraan yang lain.

Selain karena pertimbangan KAA, Prasetyo mengatakan masih ada dua terpidana mati lagi yang mengajukan upaya hukum PK, yakni Silvester Anderson dan Serge Atlaoui. Sehingga, pelaksanaan eksekusi pun harus menunggu sampai proses hukum selesai.

"Kita harapkan putusannya segera turun," kata dia.

Prasetyo sendiri menilai, upaya hukum yang diajukan para terpidana mati hanya mengulur waktu saja. Sebab, grasi mereka sudah ditolak Presiden.

"Sebenarnya setelah grasi, tidak perlu ada lagi upaya hukum lain. Pamungkas sebenarnya grasi itu," ucap Prasetyo seraya mengatakan bahwa PK adalah hak narapidana yang tetap harus dihormati negara.


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Rabu, 08/04/2015 11:55 WIB

Quote:Gugatan PTUN Ditolak, PM Australia Kembali Janji Selamatkan Duo Bali Nine

Novi Christiastuti Adiputri - detikNews

Canberra - Meskipun Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara (PTUN) menolak gugatan perlawanan terpidana mati duo Bali Nine, Australia berjanji akan tetap melakukan segala cara untuk menyelamatkan kedua warganya. Ini komentar pertama PM Tony Abbott setelah duo Bali Nine kalah dalam upaya hukumnya.

Upaya hukum terbaru duo Bali Nine, Andrew Chan dan Myuran Sukumaran kandas di tangan PTUN pada Senin (6/4). Putusan PTUN menyatakan, keduanya tidak memiliki hak untuk menggugat keputusan Presiden Joko Widodo yang menolak permohonan grasi mereka pada awal tahun ini.

Dengan demikian, tidak ada upaya hukum lagi yang bisa dilakukan kedua warga Australia ini. Namun pengacara keduanya bersikeras masih ada upaya hukum yang terbuka bagi mereka. Pihak pengacara berniat mengalihkan gugatan ke Mahkamah Konstitusi.

"Kami akan terus melakukan semua hal yang bisa dilakukan untuk mereka," tegas PM Abbott kepada wartawan di Sydney, seperti dilansir AFP, Rabu (8/4/2015). Komentar Abbott ini merupakan yang pertama semenjak putusan keluar pada Senin (6/4).

"Itulah yang sedang kami lakukan.. Semua orang tahu posisi Australia terhadap hukuman mati," imbuhnya.

Lebih lanjut, Abbott mengaku dirinya telah melakukan sejumlah pembicaraan dengan Presiden Jokowi soal duo Bali Nine. Namun dia tidak menyebut lebih lanjut kapan tepatnya pembicaraan itu dilakukan.

"Saya telah melakukan sejumlah pembicaraan dengan Presiden Widodo terkait isu ini. Saya tidak akan menjelaskan apa yang dibahas, tapi tentunya saya telah memperjelas posisi kami dengan sangat jelas," ucapnya.

Eksekusi mati duo Bali Nine bersama dengan sejumlah terpidana mati asing lainnya mengalami penundaan. Pihak Kejaksaan Agung yang merupakan eksekutor dalam eksekusi mati ini masih menunggu proses hukum yang dilakukan para terpidana mati.


http://m.detik.com/news/read/2015/04...-duo-bali-nine



Quote:Jakarta still eyeing April execution date

By Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent

April 8, 2015, 10:15 pm

Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran could be executed this month if Indonesian authorities can find a date they consider suitable.

Indonesia's Attorney-General HM Prasetyo has said the Asia-Africa Conference, to be held in Jakarta and Bandung from April 18-24, is a consideration in the timing of the executions, which have been in the planning for months.

Mr Prasetyo on Tuesday said it wouldn't be polite to send drug offenders from various countries - including the Philippines, Nigeria and Ghana - to the firing squad during the international event, "even if it is legal".

On Wednesday, his spokesman Tony Spontana told AAP authorities were still looking for a date in April "if there are no obstacles".

Jakarta is waiting for all prisoners in line for execution to exhaust their legal avenues.

Two of the prisoners have applied for Supreme Court judicial reviews, a process Mr Prasetyo has ordered be expedited.

It's understood their applications are not yet before the judges, who took only five days to process their last application from a death row prisoner, Filipina Mary Jane Veloso.

Mr Spontana told Indonesian news website detik.com : "We are still looking for a 'good day' in the month of April for carrying out the executions".

"We're considering waiting for the Asia Africa Conference, it wouldn't be ethical if it was at the same time as the Asia Africa Conference."

Lawyers for Chan and Sukumaran will this week lodge a fresh legal challenge with the constitutional court, but Mr Prasetyo has said their administrative court action - which failed on Monday - was their last chance.

"We will no longer wait," he told reporters on Tuesday.

The Australians, who were arrested in 2005 over the Bali Nine heroin smuggling bid, are being held on Nusakambangan island, where Indonesia plans to execute them and eight others as part of its tough stance against drug offenders.


https://au.news.yahoo.com/world/a/27...xecution-date/



Quote:Filipina's family begs Widodo for her life

By Joel Guinto

April 8, 2015, 7:28 pm


Family members of a Filipina maid facing the death penalty in Indonesia have appealed for clemency.

The family of a Filipina on death row with Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran in Indonesia has made a tearful appeal for her life, insisting that an international drug syndicate duped the single mother of two.

Mary Jane Veloso, 30, has been in an Indonesian jail for five years after being caught at Yogyakarta airport with 2.6 kilograms of heroin, and is among a batch of foreigners facing imminent execution.

But her parents and sister said a crime syndicate involving a friend had deceived her, and she did not know the drugs had been sown into her suitcase before flying from Malaysia.

"Please don't kill my sister. She is innocent. If you kill her, you will have blood on your hands," Veloso's elder sister Marites Veloso-Laurente said in a plea to Indonesian President Joko Widodo.

Jakarta is waiting on the appeal efforts of Veloso and a few other prisoners before setting an execution date for the entire group of 10 prisoners, including Chan and Sukumaran.

With tears streaming down his cheeks, Veloso's father said the syndicate that used her as an unwitting drug mule had pledged to kill all family members if they reported the racket to authorities or went to the media.

"Life's been hard. We've been living in fear. My daughter's recruiters have been threatening us... they threatened to kill us one by one," said 59-year-old Cesar Veloso.

The family is from a poor farming town about three hours' drive north of Manila, and Veloso had sought to provide for her two young sons by working as a maid overseas.

The single mother initially worked for nine months in Dubai in 2009 but was forced to come home after her employer tried to rape her, according to her father.

A family friend then offered Veloso work as a maid in Malaysia.

When Veloso got to Malaysia she was told the job was no longer available but there was another one in Indonesia if she flew there immediately, according to her parents.

"My sister's a loving person, she's so kind. But she trusts too much. We don't engage in vices or anything illegal, no cigarettes, no alcohol," her elder sister said.

When Veloso was arrested, her sons were aged just one and seven and they too have become victims.

"It's as if they lost all hope... they are worried about what would happen to them if their mother never came back," the Veloso matriarch, Celia, said as her two grandsons sat quietly next to her.

She said the eldest son, Mark Daniel Candelaria, 12, was struggling at school and may have to repeat eighth grade.

Veloso's youngest, Mark Darren, 6, copes by singing his mother's favourite song, a Filipino ballad called Just wait, which has become an anthem of hope for the family.

Veloso's mother, 55, insisted that if her daughter was involved in the drug trade, her family would have seen some benefits of it.

"We beg you, Mr Indonesian president, if my daughter was involved in drugs, we wouldn't be this poor," she said.

The Indonesian Supreme Court last week denied Veloso's request to review her conviction.

The Philippine government said Wednesday it would file a second appeal.

Veloso's parents and sons also visited the Indonesian embassy in Manila on Wednesday to lodge a letter appealing to Widodo for mercy.



https://au.news.yahoo.com/world/a/27...ith-bali-nine/

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Quote:Abbott slams ice scourge

Thursday, 09 April 2015
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Tony Abbott described ice as "a drug epidemic way beyond anything that we have seen before." Photo / Getty Images

PM announces national krackdown on drug ‘destroying lives and families’.

By Kathy Marks

Prime Minister Tony Abbott yesterday announced a krackdown on the "dreadful scourge" of ice, which experts have said is Australia's biggest drugs threat, destroying lives and causing psychosis, violence and crime.

A new taskforce, headed by retired Victorian Police Commissioner Ken Lay, will conduct an "urgent stocktake" of efforts to tackle the growing problem.

It will formulate a national strategy, with a "systematic, comprehensive and co-ordinated approach to education, health and law enforcement", Abbott said.

Releasing the first national snapshot, the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) said last month that 1.3 million people had tried methamphetamine in its highly addictive crystalline form, ice, known in New Zealand as P, or as a powder, speed.

That is one of the world's highest rates of use, with Australia particularly attractive to traffickers, the ACC says, because of its high street prices. A gram costs about US$500 ($663), compared with about US$80 in China. Use rates in Australia have almost doubled in the past year.

The arrest last year on a murder charge of Harriet Wran, daughter of the late NSW Premier Neville Wran, demonstrated ice's destructive impact at all levels of society. The federal Justice Minister, Michael Keenan, has called it a "mind-eating, personality-distorting, life-ending drug".

Abbott said: "It destroys lives, it ravages families, it damages communities ... It is far more potent, far more dangerous and far more addictive than any previous illicit drug ... This is a drug epidemic way beyond anything that we have seen before."

The taskforce will be overseen by Keenan and Assistant Health Minister Fiona Nash - sending a signal, welcomed by drug experts, that ice is not just a law enforcement issue.

Official figures suggest about 400,000 Australians use methamphetamine every year, with about 100,000 using ice weekly. The problem is dire in regional areas, as well as in cities.

NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione warned last week that the drug could "bring us to our knees as a nation".

The ACC chief executive, Chris Dawson, said: "We are seeing weekly and daily homicides, drug-impaired driving ... aggression, violence and other crimes such as burglaries."


http://m.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/a...ectid=11429728

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Quote:3 Kunci Penentu Sebelum Duo Bali Nine Di-Dor

KAMIS, 09 APRIL 2015 | 08:44 WIB

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara Jakarta menolak gugatan Andrew Chan dan Myuran Sukumaran untuk membatalkan keputusan Presiden Joko Widodo yang menolak permohonan grasi mereka. Dua terpidana mati kasus narkoba, yang juga anggota sindikat narkoba Bali Nine, ini menunggu waktu menghadapi regu tembak.

Chan dan Sukumaran termasuk di antara sepuluh terpidana yang bakal menjalani eksekusi mati gelombang kedua. Juru bicara Kejaksaan Agung, Tony Spontana, mengatakan tanggal eksekusi mati gelombang kedua akan ditentukan tiga faktor.

Tiga faktor ini meliputi gugatan di Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara oleh terpidana mati, peninjauan kembali vonis mati, serta suasana Konferensi Asia-Afrika yang akan berlangsung dua pekan lagi. Khusus upaya hukum, Kejaksaan memprediksi hal itu kelar 20 April ini.

1. Gugatan PTUN Raheem Agbaje

Terpidana mati asal Nigeria, Raheem Agbaje, masih menunggu putusan Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara atas keputusan grasi Presiden Joko Widodo pada Januari 2015. Mengacu pada putusan PTUN duo Bali Nine, gugatan itu akan ditolak. Menurut info Kejaksaan Agung, putusan akan disampaikan pada 20 April 2015.

2. Peninjauan Kembali Martin Anderson dan Serge

Permohonan PK terpidana mati asal Ghana dan Prancis, Martin Anderson dan Serge Areski Atlaoui, tiba di Mahkamah Agung Senin kemarin. Permohonan itu akan dikaji Direktur Pidana, dibaca Ketua MA, dan ditentukan majelis hakimnya. Juru bicara MA, Suhadi, memperkirakan putusan akan disampaikan sekitar 12-18 April 2015.

3. Konferensi Asia-Afrika

KAA akan berlangsung di Jakarta dan Bandung pada 18-24 April 2015. Beberapa negara peserta adalah tempat asal terpidana mati. Agar tidak memicu reaksi keras, Jaksa Agung Muhammad Prasetyo mempertimbangkan eksekusi mati seusai KAA, yaitu sekitar 25-30 April 2015.

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http://m.tempo.co/read/news/2015/04/...li-nine-di-dor

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