This video says about itself:
A Sri Lankan maid who returned to the country from Kuwait last September is now pregnant after allegedly being raped by the driver of her employer
From the Jakarta Globe in Indonesia:
Embassy No Help to Maid, Court Told
Agus Triyono | October 27, 2011
Imas Tati, a woman from Majalengka, West Java, who once worked as a maid in Kuwait, gave evidence at the Central Jakarta District Court that she had once reported mistreatment by her employer to the Indonesian Embassy in Kuwait, but her report was largely ignored.
“I went there to report on torture at the hands of my employers, but from them [Indonesian diplomats] I was told ‘you are not my business, you are the affairs of your agent.’ ”
Testifying in a case filed against the government and the House of Representatives by the Action Committee for Household Workers, Imas said that besides torture, she had also been the victim of sexual harassment and was once almost raped by her employer.
The Action Committee took the government and the legislature to court in April, accusing them of negligence and failure to protect citizens working as housemaids.
The suit specifically named President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Vice President Boediono, Foreign Affairs Minister Marty Natalegawa, then Justice and Human Minister Patrialis Akbar, Manpower and Transmigration Minister Muhaimin Iskandar, the head of the National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers (BNP2TKI) and the legislature.
The Foreign Ministry did not respond to a request for comment. The case continues.
Kuwait: Maid beaten to death: here.
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