How Indonesia solves drug problems

There are countries that tolerate illegal drug trade. And then, there's Indonesia:

Reformed Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran and their six fellow death row prisoners were tied to crosses with cable ties before being shot by a 12-member firing squad in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Of course, the countries where the infamous "Bali Nine" came from decry this as a form of murder, and there's even a catholic university that enshrined these vile criminals:

An Australian university has announced plans to award two scholarships to Indonesian students in recognition of reformed Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.

Which means this 'unversity', calling itself 'catholic', endorses drug dealing and drug use. They should look to Indonesia and copy the way how that country solves it's drug problems, instead of having politically motivated complaints about how other countries uphold their laws.