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22 Oct 2017

Indonesia: Report links communism suit against protester to campaign against gold mine; PT Bumi Suksesindo responds

Heri Budiawan faces up to 12 years in jail for allegedly violating Indonesia's anti-communism laws.  According to the report linked below, the case was filed by the then senior manager of external affairs of PT Bumi Suksesindo, a company operating a gold mine in East Java. 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited PT Bumi Suksesindo to respond to allegations made in the report.  Its response is linked below.

In January 2018, Heri Budiawan was sentenced to 10 months in jail.  The report is linked below.