in the default python mode shipped with emacs 24.2, you can do this to shift the indentation.
You can also use
kill-rectangle and related rectangle commands 〔☛ Emacs: Edit Column Text, Align Text, ASCII-Diagram〕, but that's more manual work and less accurate.
Note: if you have
cua-mode on, the keys won't work (because C-c does copy.). One solution is to press the complete key sequence within a fraction of a second. Another solution is to hold ⇧ Shift down, but this method won't work in terminal. Better is to assign it another key.
〔☛ Emacs: How to Define Keys〕
Here's a dummy code you can play with.
# dummy code for testing indentation for x in my_list: if len(x) != 2: sys.exit("Error.") if len(x) != 2: sys.exit("Error.")
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