Freeing political prisoners: A fresh start?

Gaouette, Nicole
May 1998
Christian Science Monitor;5/26/98, Vol. 90 Issue 125, p18
Reports that the new Indonesian government under President B.J. Habibie will give amnesty to political prisoners jailed for criticizing former President Suharto. Ways that Habibie's government is establishing a break with Suharto's regime; Effect of the prisoner release on the International Monetary Fund team; Anger at the qualified nature of the amnesty; Number of political prisoners in jail/


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