The Australian drug case convict, Schapelle Leigh Corby, until now has not completed some parole documents.
“There should be some documents that are fulfilled by their side, such as letters, documents that should be done in prisons is ready,” said the Head of the Class II-A Penitentiary in Kerobokan, I Gusti Ngurah Wiratna.
According to him, a number of documents must be completed by the legal counsel of the beautiful convict originally from Gold Coast, Queensland namely the documents from the Directorate General of Immigration and the Directorate General of Corrections.
In addition, there should be a letter from Interpol stating that the 35-year-old woman didn’t relate to any crime in other countries.
“His lawyers have to work on because of its their authority, but we have carried out our duty,” he said.
Corby had not been seen to join the flag raising ceremony commemorating the 68th Indonesia’s Independence Day at the field of LP Class II-A in Kerobokan, Denpasar.
“We cannot force, she also has the immunity right. We only direct,” said Wiratna.
It is unclear why the beautiful woman from Gold Coast, Queensland who is scheduled to get her freedom on March 24, 2017 didn’t present although the flag ceremony was attended by all convicts both Indonesian and foreigners.
According to him, the convict who was arrested at Ngurah Rai International Airport in October 2004 was predicted to still traumatize by the flashing camerasof media crew broadcasting the flag ceremony attached with the giving of remission.
“She probably still traumatize by the camera, sometimes our officers are suspected too,” he said.
A total of 22 convicts who inhabit penitentiary throughout Bali got remission of direct release in commemorating the 68th Indonesia Independence Day.
“Of the 517 convicts proposed in Bali, 22 of them are released directly,” said the Head of the Regional Office Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of Bali, Asep Kurnia
According to him, the convicts had their sentences reduced to direct release mostlywas received by convicts at the LP Class II-A in Kerobokan, Denpasar as many as 11 people.
In LP Singaraja recorded one convict had direct release, LP Karangasem (4), LP Tabanan (1), Negara Prison (3), Gianyar Prison (1), and Klungkung Prison (1).
While the length of general remission (RU I) varied from a minimum of one month up to a maximum of six months of sentences reduction.