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Indonesia Pushes Back on Foreign Execution Pressure

Indonesian President Joko Widodo is pushing back at foreign pressure over the execution of drug dealers, including Brazil's delay in welcoming a new ambassador from Jakarta. At a news conference in Jakarta Tuesday, the president, who is widely known as Jokowi, said the Brazilian issue is a matter of honor of the nation. “There must be no intervention on the execution of convicted drug dealers,” he said. “It is an issue of our rule of law, of our political sovereignty and positively...

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