Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Minister of Malaysia Embassy Issues TKW raped

Minister of Malaysia Embassy Issues TKW raped. 
This news comes from a document called an investigative report Migrant Care 
Wednesday, January 5, 2011, 11:54 GMT

Indonesian government representatives in Malaysia was to monitor the circulation of news about an Indonesian housemaid who raped a former minister of Malaysia in 2007. Nevertheless, the issue was considered difficult to be investigated further.
So declared the Indonesian Embassy (embassy) in Kuala Lumpur. Head of Information Suryana Sastradipraja Embassy said the case came to light recently in an opposition newspaper, Harakah Daily. However, he continued, the news so far can not be verified because the new report is based on a third party.
"We already knew, it appeared in 2007, but that's just 'he said" all, "said Sastradipraja, Wednesday, January 5, 2011.
So why not follow its own Embassy in this case?
Suryana said that because so far there are no immediate reports of casualties, so the Embassy can not act further. "This case was never reported, even if it is reported now, what's the evidence? Rape cases, it is necessary evidence, "said Sastradipraja.
A Malaysian minister is alleged to have raped a woman of Labor (TKW) of Banjarnegara, Central Java. It happened in 2007 in the era of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Badawi.
This news is reported by one news site Malaysia, Harakah Daily said, citing data leak from WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks reportedly referring to the Rocky Bru, a Malaysian blogger who is also former Chief Editor of The Malaysian Mail, a free newspaper in Malaysia.
In the blog Rocky's Bru, emerging links (links) to a document concerning the case of an Indonesian maid who called named Robengah. The document is a report of investigation agency workers' rights advocates from Indonesia, Migrant Care.
Confirmed on the report, Migrant Care states will not give an official statement. "For the time being we can not comment yet," said Anis Hidayah, Executive Director of Migrant Care.
Similar responses expressed public policy analyst Migrant Care, Wahyu Susilo, when contacted, Tuesday, January 4, 2011.
"I have no comment first. It's very complicated. Later after we report to the Agency (Witness and Victim Protection Agency), we submit a new official statement," said Wahyu.
Who is threatened to be reported to the Agency?
"It's also about the safety of others," said Wahyu.
As quoted from page Malaysia Today, December 23, 2010, the report cited comes from Migrant Care has been submitted to the Embassy and the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
However, when asked about this, Sastradipraja dismissed the news and said never received any documents regarding this case. "We can not document anything, we just learned from a blog listed in the newspaper Harakah," he said. (Kd)

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