Article published on the 2008-10-24 Latest update 2008-10-25 08:21 TU
“The execution will be carried out in early November … The decision is final,” said the Attorney-General's spokesperson Jasman Panjaitan.
Amrozi, Mukhlas and Imam Samudra are members of the Jemaah Islamiyah terror group and will face a firing squad for the bombings which killed 202 people, mostly foreigners on holiday.
The bombers have expressed no regret for killing "infidels" and claim they are eager to die as "martyrs" for their radical view of Islam.
They were convicted in 2003, but their execution has been delayed several times by appeal and for religious considerations.
The bombers' last petition, against the use of the firing squad, was thrown out of the constitutional court earlier this week and Panjaitan said "all legal avenues" had now been cleared for the execution.