At the time of Tuti’s execution, Saudi Arabia had executed four Indonesian migrant workers in three years while failure to alert relevant Indonesian officials prior to their executions.
Within Nigeria continues:
Ms Tursilawati was executed just a week after Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister al-Jubeir, met his Indonesian counterpart, Retno Marsudi, and Mr Widodo in Jakarta to discuss migrant workers’ rights. During the meeting, Mr Marsudi emphasised the importance of having a mandatory consular notification before carrying out death penalties.
Amnesty International Indonesia said that Saudi Arabia had damaged diplomatic ties and had behaved unethically following the execution of the mother-of-one.
Saudi Arabia’s shocking human right’s record has been placed under the microscope in recent years.
The treatment of women and migrant workers has drawn furious international criticism.