§ Ann Clwyd
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (1) if he will use the forthcoming session of the UNHCR to call for Indonesia's Law on Human Rights Courts to be amended so that it is consistent with international standards; 
(2) if he will raise at the forthcoming session of the UN Commission on Human Rights the issue of the human rights situation in Indonesia with particular reference to (a) extra judicial killings, (b) disappearances, (c) torture and (d) unlawful detention in Aceh and Papua. 
§ Mr. Bradshaw
We are discussing with EU partners what, if any, action to take on Indonesia at the forthcoming session of the UN Commission on Human Rights. Indonesia is likely to be included in the EU Omnibus Country Statement on Human Rights in any part of the world. And, as in recent years, the EU is planning to table a Chairman's Statement on the situation in East Timor.
Meanwhile, we continue to apply pressure on the Government of Indonesia bilaterally and through the European Union for Indonesia to comply fully with its international human rights obligation.
Our Ambassador in Jakarta last raised the issue of human rights in Indonesia when he met with Bambang Yudhoyono the Co-ordinating Minister for Political and Security Affairs on 1 March.