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Showing posts with label neo-colonialism. Show all posts
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Sunday, 2 October 2016

Laporan UNPO ke PBB Ungkap Kasus HAM Papua, Aceh, Brasil

JENEWA, SATUHARAPAN.COM - Di tengah sorotan tajam enam negara Pasifik terhadap pelanggaran Hak Asasi Manusia (HAM) di Papua pada Sidang Umum ke-71 Perserikatan Bangsa-bangsa (PBB) di New York pada 20-26 September, sebuah laporan yang disiapkan oleh organisasi masyarakat asli dan minoritas dunia juga menyoroti hal yang sama. Laporan mereka disampaikan kepada Kantor Komisioner HAM PBB […]

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Saturday, 23 July 2016

Komnas HAM: Ancaman Sultan Jogja Usir Mahasiswa Papua Itu Berbahaya!

1 Jumat, 22 Juli 2016 POSMETRO INFO - Gubernur Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta (DIY) Sultan Hamengku Buwono X menegaskan tidak boleh ada separatis di Yogyakarta. Sultan dikabarkan berniat mengusir mahasiswa asal Papua yang mendukung gerakan separatis. Sultan mengatakan hal itu menanggapi aksi sejumlah mahasiswa Papua di Yogyakarta yang menggelar dukungan atas United Liberation Movement For West […]

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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Pernyataan Emosional Indonesia di PBB, Menanggapi Serangan Solomon Islands dan Vanuatu Atas pelanggaran HAM di Papua

Pernyataan Emosional Indonesia di PBB, Menanggapi Serangan Solomon Islands dan Vanuatu Atas pelanggaran HAM di Papua 0 HUMAN RIGHTS, INTERNASIONAL, PBB, WEST PAPUA Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Ini teks tanggapan Duta Besar Indonesia untuk Dewan HAM PBB pada sesi "right to reply". Baca paragraf terakhir bagaimana reaksi pernyataan emosional Indonesia menanggapi serangan Solomon Islands dan […]

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PNG Surati Jokowi untuk Bahas Isu Papua di Bali

Penulis: Eben E. Siadari 21:14 WIB | Rabu, 22 Juni 2016 SUVA, SATUHARAPAN.COM - Anggota Sub Komite Khusus Regionalisme atau Specialist Sub-Committee on Regionalisme (SSCR) Pacific Islands Forum (PIF), Leonard Louma, mengatakan isu pelanggaran HAM di Papua merupakan salah satu isu prioritas yang akan dibahas dalam pertemuan para pemimpin PIF pada September mendatang. Namun, Papua […]

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Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Luhut: Indonesia Tidak Mau Tim Independen Lain Investigasi Kasus HAM di Papua

Penulis Suara Papua - Juni 17, 2016 WAMENA, SUARAPAPUA.com — Menko Polhukam, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan mengatakan, yang menolak tim investigasi oleh rakyat Papua dan sejumlah aktivis HAM selama ini bukan semua orang Papua, itu hanya satu dua orang saja. “Yang menolak tidak semua orang kan. Kalau tidak salah hanya Natalius Pigai, sementara Ketua Komnas HAM […]

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Sunday, 19 June 2016

DPRP Akan Panggil Kapolda Papua Soal Demo KNPB

Jayapura, Jubi – Tim Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah Profinsi Papua akan memanggil Kapolda Papua terkait penghadangan-penghadangan terhadap demonstran KNPB yang hendak menyampaikan aspirasi ke Kantor DPRP. “Kami berencana memanggil Kapolda Papua untuk menjelaskan kepada kami tentang rakyat yang tidak bisa ke DRP,” ungkap anggota dewan Laurenzius Kadepa bersama Tim Anggota DPRP kepada demonstran KNPB di […]

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Luhut : Anggota Tim HAM Independen

Jayapura, Jubi – Menteri Koordinator Politik, Hukum, dan Keamanan Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan menekankan, semua anggota yang berada di dalam Tim penyelesaian pelanggaran HAM Papua adalah independen dan jauh dari intervensi pemerintah pusat. “Kita menjamin tim ini sangat independen. Dalam tim ini juga kan ada Duta Besar dari PNG, Fiji, Vanuatu dan New Zealand. Mereka ikut […]

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KNPB : Aksi BMP Di Wamena Tidak Berwibawa

Wenas Kobogau Wamena -- Ketua Komite Nasional Papua Barat (KNPB) Wilayah Wamena Wene Helakombo Mengatakan aksi Barisan Merah Putih (BMP) di Wamena sangat tidak berwibawa terhadap nilai-nilai demokrasi. Jumat (17/06/2016). Seberapa pentolan anak-anak jalanan Dibawah Pimpinan Aloka Alex Logo sebagai coordinator Lapangan, beliau berasal dari Kampung Waga-Waga,Distrik Kurulu Kabupaten Jayawijaya telah mengajak seberapa orang-orangnya (keluarga […]

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BTM Pakai Isu ‘NKRI Harga Mati’ Untuk Menutupi Kasus Korupsi, Royalti Miras dan Selingkuh

Walikota Jayapura Benhur Tommy Mano akhir-akhir ini menjadi sorotan masyarakat karena dia secara teratur tampil di berbagai media massa lokal dan nasional sebagai figur yang mencintai Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia dengan mengusung slogan ‘NKRI Harga Mati’. Sosok yang juga dikenal dengan nama BTM ini beberapa waktu terakhir tampil membela NKRI dengan membentuk Barisan Rakyat Pembela […]

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Thursday, 27 October 2011

Officials Deny Papua Alert Status

The Jakarta Post
Thursday, October 27, 2011

Arya Dipa and Yuli Tri Suwarni, The Jakarta Post, Bandung

The Free Papua Movement (OPM) denied that the organization was behind the killing of Mulia Police chief Adj. Comr. Dominggus Oktavianus Awes.

OPM international spokesman John Otto Ondawame said Dominggus was one of “those who must take responsibility for the series of crimes against humanity in Puncak Jaya”.

In his email sent to The Jakarta Post on Wednesday, the Vanuatu-based Ondawame accused the police and military of having been behind “increased human rights abuses, barbaric killings, tortures, intimidation and rapes against innocent civilians in the area”.

He also said the deployment of more troops to Papua would “create devastating effects on civilian lives”.

“Such a deployment will never destroy the true aspiration of the people of West Papua. Rather it will encourage their sentiment against Jakarta,” he said, adding that the leaders of the people of West Papua had always called on the Indonesian government to withdraw security
forces from the region.

“We strongly believe that through peace talks we can find the best solution to the long- standing issue of West Papua. Is Jakarta ready to enter into new round-table peace talks?”

The situation in Papua has been tense for the past two weeks following a series of shootings that have claimed the lives of eight people, including Dominggus.

However, the government has revised a previous statement on the security status of Papua, saying there was no plan to send further Indonesian Military (TNI) and police troops to the troubled province despite rising tensions.

Defense Minister Purnomo Yusginatoro denied a previous statement made by National Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Anton Bachrul Alam that the status of Puncak Jaya had been elevated to “Alert 1”.

“The disorder only took place in Puncak Jaya. The third Papuan People’s Congress was held in Abepura. It is still within the police’s jurisdiction,” Purnomo told reporters in Bandung on Wednesday when accompanying President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on his visit to PT Dirgantara Indonesia.

“Currently, none of our troops are from outside Papua. The situation is being handled by troops from the local garrison. There has been no reinforcement of combat troops in Papua,” said Purnomo.

Anton said on Tuesday that more than 170 officers of the police Mobile Brigade had been deployed to Papua while Papua Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Wachyono said 280 mobile brigade officers would be sent from Jakarta over the next few days.

Papua interim governor Syamsul Arief Rivai urged the congregation of Gereja Kristen Injili (GKI) to turn Papua into a peaceful paradise.

“Let’s turn Papua into a little heaven, like the lyrics of the song; a piece of heaven on Earth,” he said at the opening of the Papua GKI synod congress in Sentani, Jayapura.

Papua GKI synod leader Rev. Yemima Krey Mirino called on the government to sit down with the Papuan people to discuss the current problems.

“The government must be willing to hear what is happening and then work together to seek a solution, so people can live in peace,” he said.

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono emphasized the government’s stance on defending the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. “We love peace but we must defend the unitary state of the Republic of Indonesia at all costs.”

Nethy D. Somba and Bagus BT Saragih contributed to this story.

Posted via email from West Papua Merdeka News

Officials Deny Papua Alert Status

The Jakarta Post
Thursday, October 27, 2011

Arya Dipa and Yuli Tri Suwarni, The Jakarta Post, Bandung

The Free Papua Movement (OPM) denied that the organization was behind the killing of Mulia Police chief Adj. Comr. Dominggus Oktavianus Awes.

OPM international spokesman John Otto Ondawame said Dominggus was one of “those who must take responsibility for the series of crimes against humanity in Puncak Jaya”.

In his email sent to The Jakarta Post on Wednesday, the Vanuatu-based Ondawame accused the police and military of having been behind “increased human rights abuses, barbaric killings, tortures, intimidation and rapes against innocent civilians in the area”.

He also said the deployment of more troops to Papua would “create devastating effects on civilian lives”.

“Such a deployment will never destroy the true aspiration of the people of West Papua. Rather it will encourage their sentiment against Jakarta,” he said, adding that the leaders of the people of West Papua had always called on the Indonesian government to withdraw security
forces from the region.

“We strongly believe that through peace talks we can find the best solution to the long- standing issue of West Papua. Is Jakarta ready to enter into new round-table peace talks?”

The situation in Papua has been tense for the past two weeks following a series of shootings that have claimed the lives of eight people, including Dominggus.

However, the government has revised a previous statement on the security status of Papua, saying there was no plan to send further Indonesian Military (TNI) and police troops to the troubled province despite rising tensions.

Defense Minister Purnomo Yusginatoro denied a previous statement made by National Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Anton Bachrul Alam that the status of Puncak Jaya had been elevated to “Alert 1”.

“The disorder only took place in Puncak Jaya. The third Papuan People’s Congress was held in Abepura. It is still within the police’s jurisdiction,” Purnomo told reporters in Bandung on Wednesday when accompanying President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on his visit to PT Dirgantara Indonesia.

“Currently, none of our troops are from outside Papua. The situation is being handled by troops from the local garrison. There has been no reinforcement of combat troops in Papua,” said Purnomo.

Anton said on Tuesday that more than 170 officers of the police Mobile Brigade had been deployed to Papua while Papua Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Wachyono said 280 mobile brigade officers would be sent from Jakarta over the next few days.

Papua interim governor Syamsul Arief Rivai urged the congregation of Gereja Kristen Injili (GKI) to turn Papua into a peaceful paradise.

“Let’s turn Papua into a little heaven, like the lyrics of the song; a piece of heaven on Earth,” he said at the opening of the Papua GKI synod congress in Sentani, Jayapura.

Papua GKI synod leader Rev. Yemima Krey Mirino called on the government to sit down with the Papuan people to discuss the current problems.

“The government must be willing to hear what is happening and then work together to seek a solution, so people can live in peace,” he said.

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono emphasized the government’s stance on defending the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. “We love peace but we must defend the unitary state of the Republic of Indonesia at all costs.”

Nethy D. Somba and Bagus BT Saragih contributed to this story.

Posted via email from West Papua Merdeka News