Indonesia prides itself on being a democratic nation, but critics say that its justice system does not reflect the country’s progress.
Riddled with corruption and incompetent investigative procedures, trials and sentences are often deemed unfair.
Wealthy or politically influential suspects are often able to buy themselves out of a trial, while poorer suspects face abuse in prison.
This week on 101 East we look at Indonesia’s justice system, and ask if the punishment fits the crime.
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