A chapter in indonesia's political history is coming to an end. After fourteen years the?
A chapter in indonesia's political history is coming to an end. After fourteen years the government is closing its political detention camps and releasing the last of the suspected communists who have been held without trial since an abortive coup in 1965. Two thousand of them have just been released, leaving about a hundred still to be either freed or tried. The latest release took place at Jogyakarta and Warwick Beutler of the Australian Broadcasting Commission was there.