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Jan 10, 2008

Indonesia complaints of Malaysian Human Rights Violation


Groups want Susilo to raise migrant issues

Hailing migrant workers as Indonesia's foreign exchange heroes, Indonesian labour groups have called on Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to push for the legalisation of undocumented workers and greater protection for all of them in Malaysia when he holds bilateral talks with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi during his three-day visit from tomorrow..

"President Susilo must take the initiative to push Malaysia to amend the Malaysia-Indonesia MoU on the placement of domestic workers. The MoU discriminates against migrant workers.

While Jakarta politicians called on the president to be direct with Abdullah on Indonesia's grievances over several issues including accusations that Malaysia infringed on Indonesia's cultural heritage, it is the migrant worker issue that strikes the deepest chord with the public.

According to Migrant Care, the latest incident several months ago involved Suryani, a domestic helper in Johor Baru who was held by a Rela member in a house for a month and allegedly repeatedly raped.

Migrant Care is a well-respected and influential labour organisation in the republic.

"We also want Malaysia to legalise illegal workers and not simply deport them home," Wahyu added.

The powerful Indonesian Labour groups wants their President to ask the Malaysian government to take responsibility for what she termed "human rights violations" against the Indonesian migrant workers.

Wow! Bersih group says Malaysian government had violated human rights. Malaysian Bar Council also said that. Hindraf also said the same thing. Now, even Indonesians are saying Malaysian government had violated human rights against the Indonesians.

Is it true that our government do not respect human rights? Have we become an authoritarian country practicing Totalitarianism? Have Malaysia become such a scary country?

But we are a far more democratic country than others, aren't we? That's confirmed by Najib and Nazri.


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