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Byline: Bagus BT Saragih, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
The struggle for justice for human rights abuse cases in Indonesia could be likened to a broken record falling on deaf ears, as activists have once again reminded the government about its duty to protect its citizens and provide justice for all.
As the country marked International Human Rights Day, which falls every Dec. 10, and preached democracy on the resort island of Bali, human rights advocates lamented the absence of state action in times of religious intolerance, and reiterated that the people of restive Papua continue to live under the threat of state violence.
Abuse cases in Papua have put …