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US Smugglers and false certificates: Indonesians ready to do anything to travel for Eid

15:00  23 may  2020
15:00  23 may  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Indonesians are turning to smugglers and bogus travel documents to get around bans on an Indonesians have been looking for ways to get home for Eid despite travel restrictions in the That loophole was not lost on Kamal and his wife who set about getting a fake certificate for their daughter

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Many Indonesians have turned to smugglers and manufacturers of false certificates to travel despite the ban this year on traditional migration which marks the end of Ramadan.

These displacements raise fears of an acceleration of the epidemic of coronavirus in the largest Muslim country in the world, despite two months of partial confinement.

Thousands of Indonesians are ready to do anything to join their loved ones to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the main Muslim holiday which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.

"This is a critical moment (...) I fear that people who go to other regions will come back infected and that all our efforts will be wasted," said Doni Monardo, who heads the fight against Covid-19 in Indonesia .

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Each year several tens of millions of Indonesians, especially migrant workers from large cities, travel across the archipelago of nearly 5,000 kilometers in length, in a large comparable migration, albeit on a smaller scale, during the Chinese New Year. .

Fearing a health disaster, the government announced last month a suspension of air and sea links and strict road checks to limit travel between regions, and prohibits this large annual migration.

But faced with the risk of a collapse of the economy, he then softened these measures by allowing some to travel with a medical certificate, and provided that they can prove that they have an imperative need to travel.

Faults quickly exploited

These faults were quickly exploited. Kamal and his wife obtained a false certificate for their daughter, a student in Jakarta, at the epicenter of the epidemic.

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The false document attests that their daughter must distribute equipment for the fight against the coronavirus in Makassar, her hometown on the island of Celebes.

"We are very worried about her health if she stays in Jakarta," said Kamal, who does not want anyone to reveal his real name. "But the most important thing is that we missed her so much. We wanted to celebrate Eid together as in previous years."

Police are trying to stem a spate of fake certificates sold online and arrested seven people in Bali last week for selling fake documents.

Markets also suddenly filled with buyers in a hurry to stock up before the holidays and to buy new clothes. And authorities fear that mosques will fill up, despite orders in many areas to pray at home.

This lack of respect for the rules of physical distancing has sparked anger on social networks. Internet users started to publish the worst violations with the hashtag #IndonesiaTerserah (Indonesia anything).

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Hide and seek with the police

The game of hide and seek with the police intensified with the approach of Eid. Travelers have been hiding in trucks, bus luggage hold and even in a concrete mixer.

Hundreds of smugglers have been arrested for attempting to transport passengers illegally.

"People are trying to fool us in all kinds of ways," said Jakarta police spokesman Yusri Yunus .

Far from having reversed the curve of the number of contaminations, Indonesia recorded a new daily record of new cases this week. The official number of deaths due to the Covid-19 exceeds 1,300, the highest figure in Asia after the China .

Official statistics are however considered to be largely underestimated in this country of more than 260 million inhabitants where the test rate is one of the lowest in the world.

Maulana Arif Budi Satrio, a bus driver, claims to have walked 500 kilometers from Jakarta to his hometown of Solo after his vehicle was stopped at a checkpoint.

"The company I worked for fired drivers like me (...) So I had the option of staying in Jakarta without money or going home," said the 38-year-old.

Like him, many Indonesians in recent weeks have had no choice but to return home, for lack of being able to survive in major cities after losing their jobs.

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