Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Almost 90% Indonesians are in favour of death penalty for drugs traffickers

More than eight in ten Indonesians support President Joko Widodo’s stance on the death penalty for drugs traffickers, a survey has shown. The poll from Jakarta-based Indo Barometer found more than 84 percent supported Widodo’s policy of refusing clemency to those convicted of smuggling drugs — allowing them to be executed by firing