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Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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Indonesia: Reports of attacks against ethnic Chinese, Christians and non-Christians alike; state protection available (2004-2006)

28 March 2006 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. What is the status of the PKI in Indonesia today? 2. Does the PKI still exist as a political party in Indonesia? 3. If so, could you provide details about the party, e.g. the current leader, number of members? 4. Are there any reports on the party from 2002-2005? 5. Are there any reports on party members from 2002-2005? 6. Are there any reports about the arrest of PKI members in September 2005?

22 March 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonésie : information sur le traitement des Indonésiens convertis au christianisme; nombre d'Indonésiens chrétiens; information indiquant si la charia est appliquée et, le cas échéant, comment; si des « fatwas » ont déjà été délivrées à cet égard; si la communauté musulmane fondamentaliste se détache des musulmans convertis au christianisme et ayant adopté un style de vie chrétien depuis un certain temps; si les églises donnent des directives religieuses sur la conversion; si les églises ont le droit de donner des directives sur la conversion ou si cela est toléré; s'il existe des cas de conversion forcée du christianisme à l'islam et, le cas échéant, réaction des musulmans et conséquences pour la communauté chrétienne; si la police a déjà porté des accusations relativement à des cas d'enlèvements forcés aux fins de conversion; si l'État a poursuivi ou poursuit les personnes impliquées dans les émeutes de 1998 contre les Chinois et les Chinois chrétiens, et nouvelles récentes sur ces émeutes (2004-2006)

15 March 2006 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: Treatment of Indonesians who have converted to Christianity; the number of Indonesian Christians; whether Sharia law applies, and if so, how; whether there have been any fatwas in this regard; whether the radical Muslim community loses interest once a Muslim has converted to Christianity and has lived as a Christian for some time; whether churches provide religious instruction for conversion; whether it is permitted or tolerated for churches to provide instruction on conversion; whether there are any instances of forced conversion from Christianity to Islam and if so, reaction of Muslims and consequences for the Christian community; whether there are reports of police laying charges in cases of forced kidnapping for the purpose of conversion; whether the state prosecuted or is prosecuting those involved in the 1998 riots against Chinese and Chinese Christians and any recent news on that rioting (2004-2006)

15 March 2006 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. The Tribunal would like further clarification in that it would like the Post to comment on the situation when a claim for refugee status is public and the Indonesian authorities do know the crux of the claims. Would making a claim for asylum on the basis a person is fleeing sectarian violence lead to punishment on return and if so what sort of punishment? The Tribunal has some old information from 1997 that indicates that if persons had made political claims that were known to the government they may have difficulties on return

9 March 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Do Indonesian nationals lose their citizenship if they live outside Indonesia for a long period of time? 2. Is it possible for Indonesian nationals who live outside Indonesia for long periods to regain their citizenship? 3. What steps are involved in regaining citizenship? 4. Are there "strict controls" on who can live in Jakarta? 5. Is it possible for someone born in Aceh to relocate to Jakarta? 6. Is it still official government policy to "keep the Chinese out of government jobs"?

7 March 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Any information on punishment for illegally departing Indonesia? 2. If illegally departed, is there an imputed profile of being anti-government?

20 February 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please provide information dealing specifically with Chinese / Chinese Buddhists in Aceh? 2. Is there information indicating that GAM specifically targets ethnic Chinese and, if so, that this is an ongoing problem given recent developments?

7 February 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Is there discrimination against ethnic Chinese in Indonesia (Jakarta)? 2. Is there any record of Chinese (or other) small businessmen being targeted by criminals? 3. Are the Police and authorities willing and able to protect Chinese (and others) in Indonesia?

5 December 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Where is Singawang or Singkawang, Indonesia? 2. Where is Setia Budi? 3. Is there any record of ethnic (racial), religious, or political violence in Singkawang or Setia Budi? 4. Are there any references to the authorities not protecting the Chinese in Kalimantan?

1 December 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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