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Bali Nine enforcer, Myuran Sukumaran (left) and mastermind Andrew Chan in a holding cell at Denpasar Court after they were sentenced to death for heroin trafficking in Denpasar, Bali, on February 14, 2006Mr Joko also revealed during an appearance at a Yogyakarta State University for Human Rights Day that the requests for clemency had remain untouched for years under his predecessor Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

In June, Daily Mail Australia reported how Sukumaran had entered a self-portrait for consideration for the Archibald Prize from his jail cell in Bali - but his painting wasn't considered because he was locked up abroad.

Article 14 of the Indonesian Constitution gives the President a broad power to grant clemency.

It doesn’t mean the prisoner walks free from jail; in a death penalty case it means the prisoner stays in jail but does not face execution.'Andrew and Myuran were convicted of trafficking drugs from Indonesia to Australia. They admit that they were selfish and greedy and they have now completely reformed.

As the country with the fifth largest population in the world, Indonesia is a massive potential market for mobile technology adoption and development.

Despite an annual per capita income of only ,280 USD (World Bank), there are 63 million mobile phone users in Indonesia (Suhartono, sec.

1.7) and it is predicted to reach 80 million in 2007 ( 1).

Mobile phones are not only a symbol of Indonesian modernity (Barendregt 5), but like other communication technology can become a platform through which to explore socio-political issues (Winner 28).