JAKARTA - The execution of 10 foreigners on death row in Indonesia for drugs offenses will be carried out together, the attorney general's office said on Thursday.
"Until today there has been no change of plans from the AGO that all executions will be all at once," the attorney general's spokesman Tony Spontana told reporters. "Executions will be done until everything is clear. Whether it will be in March or in April."
The group includes two Australian citizens whose clemency appeal was postponed on Thursday until March 19, while a decision on a separate appeal by a French convict was postponed on Wednesday until March 21.