Bali officials have been granted permission to transfer Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran out of Kerobokan jail for their executions.

Momock Bambang Samiarso, head of Bali Provincial Prosecutor’s Office, said a meeting on Thursday afternoon confirmed the Australians would be executed outside Bali, but he would not say where.

“On the timing, there will be another meeting,” he told reporters.

“But we ask it to be as soon as possible.”

Indonesia’s Attorney-General HM Prasetyo has said his preferred location for the executions is Nusakambangan, a prison island off Central Java.

But he had also said the executions would take time to organise, as prisoners would be transferred from jails all over Indonesia.

Officials must give prisoners 72 hours notice of their executions.


But prosecutors this week said they would try to keep the transfers secret.

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