Demonstrators wearing protective face masks hold signs during a protest demanding Papua's political prisoners to be released without conditions, in front of the Supreme Court building in Jakarta, Indonesia June 15, 2020. An Indonesian court found three Papuan men guilty of treason on Wednesday, June 17, in a high-profile trial closely watched as an indicator of political freedoms in the world's third-largest democracy. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A demonstrator wearing a protective face mask and plastic gloves holds a sign that reads: "Free Mimika Steven Itlay" during a protest demanding Papua's political prisoners to be released without conditions, in front of the Supreme Court building in Jakarta, Indonesia June 15, 2020. The Balikpapan district court sentenced Papuan activist Buchtar Tabuni, a senior figure in the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP), to 11 months in prison. Prosecutors had called for Tabuni to be jailed for 17 years. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Demonstrators wearing protective face masks hold signs during a protest demanding Papua's political prisoners to be released without conditions, in front of the Supreme Court building in Jakarta, Indonesia June 15, 2020. Two university students, Fery Kombo and Irwanus Uropmabin, were sentenced to 10 months each. Judges said Uropmabin had been found guilty of treason for making pro-referendum flyers during anti-racism demonstrations that swept across Papua last year. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Demonstrators wearing protective face masks hold signs during a protest demanding Papua's political prisoners to be released without conditions, in front of the Supreme Court building in Jakarta, Indonesia June 15, 2020. The three Papuans are part of the "Balikpapan Seven" group of West Papuan activists and university students arrested by police last August for involvement in anti-racism riots that erupted in Indonesia's easternmost provinces last August. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A demonstrator wearing plastic gloves raises a sign that reads: "Free Mimika Steven Itlay" during a protest demanding Papua's political prisoners to be released without conditions, in front of the Supreme Court building in Jakarta, Indonesia June 15, 2020. The demonstrations were sparked by racist attacks on several Papuan students in Java, where they were allegedly called "monkeys". REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Demonstrators wearing protective face masks hold signs during a protest demanding Papua's political prisoners to be released without conditions, in front of the Supreme Court building in Jakarta, Indonesia June 15, 2020. The verdict for the other four defendants, who are facing between 5 and 15 years in prison, is expected later Wednesday. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana