Watch part two

In May 1998, President Suharto's 32-year dictatorship of Indonesia came to an end when he was forced to resign amid widespread riots.
 
Indonesia then entered a new era of liberal social and political change – known as 'Reformasi'.
 
However, ten years later, human rights activists claim that sanctioned violence continues. 

In a recent report, Amnesty International said torture and human rights abuses are widespread in Indonesia and further more, they are going unpunished.

This week, 101 East asks if a culture of impunity is embedded in Indonesia.

Join 101 East host Teymoor Nabili to discuss Indonesia 10 years after Reformasi with Theo Sambuaga, Chairman of the Indonesian Parliament's Foreign Relations Committee, Dr Aris Mundayat, Head of Southeast Asia Social Studies at Indonesia's Gadjah Mada University, and human rights activist Haris Azhar.

This episode of 101 East aired on Thursday, May 15, 2008.

Source: Al Jazeera