Protect Migrant Workers
Another Indonesian migrant worker has been executed in Saudi Arabia. The Indonesian government has claimed it made efforts to overturn her death sentence, including exhausting the right to three appeals and twice calling for a judicial review, although only one of these was accepted.
Another Indonesian migrant worker (TKI) has been executed in Saudi Arabia. What is deplored is that the Saudi Arabian government did not provide any notification of the execution.
Tuti Tursilawati, a migrant worker from Majalengka regency, West Java, who worked as a domestic helper in Thaif in 2010, was found guilty of the premeditated murder of her employer. The judge issued the verdict in 2011.