Australian Left Review


Peter d'Abbs


THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY 100,000 political prisoners in Indonesia today. For those who believe (as at least one Victorian academic does) that this total is insignificant when compared to the total Indonesian population, the proportional equivalent in Australia would be approximately 10,000. Many of the prisoners have already been held for several years without trial, and new arrests are being made daily.



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