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Australia hints at tourism boycott if Indonesia executes two citizens

Australian death row prisoners in Indonesia Mast Irham / European Pressphoto Agency

Halen Chan, the mother of Andrew Chan, at a news conference in Oral Steroids Side Effects In Babies Jakarta, Indonesia. Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were convicted and sentenced to death in Masteron E 200 Indonesia for their roles in a 2005 attempt to smuggle heroin out of the country.

Halen Chan, the mother of Andrew Chan, at a news conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were convicted and sentenced to death in Indonesia for their roles in a 2005 attempt to smuggle heroin out of the country. (Mast Irham / European Pressphoto Agency)

By Carol J. Williams contact the reporter

Asia Drug Trafficking Trials and Arbitration United Nations Civil and Human Rights Indonesia rebuffs Australian plea to halt execution of two citizens for drug smuggling Australian foreign minister warns Indonesia it could see a tourist boycott if it executes two for drug crimes

Indonesian officials on Friday rebuffed pleas from the Australian government and a top United Nations human rights official to call off the imminent executions of two Australians convicted of attempted drug smuggling a decade ago.

The pleas for mercy were punctuated in the Australian city of Canberra with a veiled warning "Comprar Gh Jintropin" from Foreign Minister Julie Bishop that the executions planned before the end of this month could inspire a citizen boycott of Bali, a favorite vacation destination for Australians.

Andrew Chan, Myuran Sukumaran Firdia Lisnawati / Associated Press

Australian citizens Andrew Chan, left, and Myuran Sukumaran at Kerobokan Prison on the Indonesian island of Bali in 2011. The men are due to be executed by the end of this month.

Australian citizens Andrew Chan, left, and Myuran Sukumaran at Kerobokan Prison on the Indonesian island of Bali in 2011. The men are due to be executed by the end of this month. (Firdia Lisnawati / Primobolan D&H Associated Press)

"I think the Australian people will demonstrate their deep disapproval of this action, including by making decisions about where they wish to holiday," Bishop told Fairfax radio after making an impassioned appeal for reprieve for the two men.

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were convicted and sentenced to death for their roles as ring leaders in a 2005 attempt to smuggle "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" 8 kilograms, or 17.6 pounds, of heroin out of the country after a visit to Bali.

Michael Kirby, a former justice on Australia's supreme court, joined Bishop in warning of potential damage to relations between the Indian Ocean neighbors.

"This was not Indonesian drug dealing, it was Australian drug dealing these were Australians who are getting on to an Australian plane to bring them back to Australia with Indonesian drugs," Kirby said of the Bali Nine case. Seven others involved in the crime remain imprisoned with long terms but do not face the death penalty.

I think the Australian people will demonstrate their deep disapproval of this action, including by making decisions about where they wish to holiday. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, warning Indonesia about a potential boycott of Bali if two Australian citizens are executed

Indonesian Foreign Comprar Gh Jintropin Ministry spokesman Arrmanatha Nasir brushed off the implied threat of a boycott of Indonesian resorts and reiterated the government's position that drug smuggling is a major crime deserving of the ultimate penalty, Sky News reported. special envoy on extrajudicial executions, Christof Heyns, appealed to the Indonesian government to commute the death sentences of the two Australians and six other foreign nationals scheduled to "Comprar Gh Jintropin" go before firing squads by the end of this month.

Indonesia executed six other drug crimes convicts five of them "Oxandrolone Powder India" foreigners on Jan. 18, spurring international outrage among human rights advocates and officials of the executed men's home countries, which included the Netherlands, Brazil, Vietnam, Malawi and Nigeria. Human Rights Council offices in Geneva.

The deprivation of the foreign defendants' right to legal representation during their Indonesian trials rendered the death penalty sentences "tantamount to an arbitrary execution," Heyns said. Families of the condemned men were told they would be given 72 hours notice ahead of the executions, Australia's Guardian newspaper reported.


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