Saturday, November 16, 2013

1) VIDEO BRUTALNYA POLISI, SISWA DIKEROYOK PAKAI SENJATA


1) VIDEO BRUTALNYA POLISI, SISWA DIKEROYOK PAKAI SENJATA
2) West Papua Fishermen Agree to Change Fishing Practices
3) Action in place , supported meeting in Colombo , Sri Lanka 
4) Semen Papua to build first cement unit in Papua province
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A google translate of article in Jubi Be-aware google translate can be a bit erratic. 
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1) VIDEO BRUTALNYA POLISI, SISWA DIKEROYOK PAKAI SENJATA
Author : 
Victor Mambor on November 16, 2013 at 19:03:10 WP
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Police beat us with the butts of guns shortly after the incident brawl between students in Wamena ( Video Captured )

Jayapura , 16/11 ( Jubi ) - brawl that occurred among high school students in Wamena , Friday ( 15/11 ) which involves YPK SMA , SMA PGRI , Yapis High School and St. Thomas High School with students of SMA Negeri 1 Wamena leaving another story . Police caught a gang of suspected civilian students with guns and the police tried to confiscate reporters' cameras .

Police act improperly is recorded through the camera of a journalist who later circulated among journalists Papua . In the photos and the video, it appears some police officers pull a student and then hit the students using rifle butts , even if the student does not take the fight . Two police officers pointing their guns seem to indigenous students are hit while using a rifle butt . The events recorded reporters shortly after the incident brawl between students in Wamena happened yesterday (Friday , 15/11 ) .

Not just hitting students , the police also found to seize a reporter 's camera . At the end of the video footage circulating on social networking , it seems some police officers trying to confiscate a journalist 's camera while shouting , " We are professional e ... ! "

Head of State High School I, Joseph Sudarsono regretted this apparatus . According to him , students should be secured from attacks pelakar other schools , rather than injured by the police .
" Our children deserve less favorable treatment from officials ( policy - red) . In fact it's our last position of attack . Many children we can hit, until the two were taken to the hospital . " Said Chief State High School I Wamena .

Previously , Criminal Police, Adj Jayawijaya , Inspector George Watimena said the students perform actions with stone throwing up damaging several rooms SMAN 1 Wamena and several houses including public vehicles and official vehicles Jayawijaya .
" After security , police officers also pursued even resisted by school children , so that the action of the five members of the victims of stoning police and had to be rushed to the hospital , as well as victims of other material as 1 unit of motorcycle owned offices Jayawijaya and Jayawijaya Wakapolres official car at the time together other members to do security , "said George Watimena when confirmed reporters on Friday ( 15/11 ) in Mapolres Jayawijaya . ( Jubi / Victor Mambor )

Police brutality video can be seen here / Watch the video about a Police 's brutality here . VIDEO POLICE brutality , beaten STUDENTS USE WEAPONS
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2) West Papua Fishermen Agree to Change Fishing Practices
By Jakarta Globe on 3:48 pm November 16, 2013.
Two Mayalibit Bay fishing communities in Raja Ampat, West Papua have agreed to fish for fewer Indian mackerel as part of efforts to ensure the sustainability of the fish population, a conservation group said on Friday.
“We realize the importance of letting the [mackerel] breed, lay eggs and grow so that we can insure a supply of the fish, a main source of protein and livelihood for generations,” said Yonathan Wutoy, a young fisherman from Warsambin village, according to a statement released by Conservation International Indonesia (CII).
The group said fishermen in the Warsambin and Lopintol villages agreed in October to enforce some restrictions on fishing, especially during the breeding season — which lasts from September to November — during which they have agreed to stop fishing on weekends, to give the fish time to lay and fertilize their eggs. The Saturday fishing ban will extend throughout the year.
CII said the two villages made the restrictions official on Nov. 8, agreeing to conduct regular patrols and impose sanctions on violators.
A 53,100 hectare section of the bay was designated as a maritime conservation area in 2006. The mangrove forests lining that area is considered to be a good breeding ground for Lema, as the mackerel are known locally. A 2006 study found that the bay produced 144 tons of the fish that year.
Because of former abundance, Lema have been overfished, which has led to a shortage, CII said.
“In the 1980s, we could fish hundreds if not thousands of Lema in one night,” said Jufri Labago, a fisherman. “Nowadays, it is no longer like that. Even fishing the entire night will only yield dozens or sometimes nothing at all.”
Thew newly-announced restrictions are the result of a six-month campaign by CII, in cooperation with the district’s fishery office and environmental conservation group Rare.
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A google translate of posting  on KNPB web page. Be-aware google translate can be a bit erratic. 
Original bahasa at
3) Action in place , supported meeting in Colombo , Sri Lanka .
November 16, 2013 By : knpbtimika Category : News

Timika - KNPBNews , Political Views support action by the Prime Minister of Vanuatu will be conducted today , 16/11 at world forums Commonwealth Head Of Regional Governments Meeting ( CHOGRM ) in Colombo , Sri Lanka . Foeum CHOGRM the 53 countries in the world . They are the states of the former British colony Kingdom " The meeting will take place from 16 November 2013 for two days . During the meeting of West Papuan human rights issues will be brought by the Prime Minister of Vanuatu . To the action in the Timika area in place .

In the course of action in place in the Timika area this time is only done in the Mimika Regional People's Parliament Chairman and Chairman of the National Committee of West Papua's Timika region and members of the PRD and KNPB . This time do not do the action open . Actions performed in the secretariat in place KNPB and PRD in Timika . Due in 2 weeks ago has done Bomberay Regional Conference of the People's Parliament , which was attended by PRD Fak - Fak , Kaimana PRD , PRD Timika , to elect the Chairman of the People's Parliament Bomberay region ( PRWB ) while also doing the Annual Meeting of the PRD 3 weeks ago while also doing PRD Timika Timika Region People's Parliament Conference 2nd one has done 2 days ago . So this time the action is only carried out for the place .

In this place the action statement of support delivered by the Chairman of the People's Parliament Mimika , sir Abiud Degei and added by the Chairman of the National Committee of West Papua in Timika region , hosts Steven Itlay that :

We the People of West Papua in Timika support and expressed gratitude to the Government of Vanuatu who raised the issue of West Papua ( Self-Determination Rights of the people of West Papua ) at a meeting of 53 leaders persekmakmuran colonial countries United Kingdom on 16-17 November 2013 in Sri Lanka today .
We the People of West Papua in Timika support and expressed gratitude to the Pacific Council of Churches has expressed its support for the right of self-determination struggle of the people of West Papua which has been discussed at the World Conference for the Church on 5 November 2013 in South Korea .
We the People of West Papua in Timika support and expressed gratitude to the people and the government of PNG who have received International West Papuan independence leader Mr . Benny Wenda and authorize the opening of a campaign office in Port Moresby OPM .
Support action in place after the event is done and then go home to eat with each place .


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4) Semen Papua to build first cement unit in Papua province





Written by  Global Cement staff Friday 15 November 2013
Indonesia: PT Semen Papua plans to build the first cement unit in Indonesian Papua province. The unit will be built in the Paumako port area, East Mimika according to Adolf Haley, head of the regional development planning board (Bappeda).
Construction is expected to start in 2013 once an environmental impact analysis has been signed by the Papua Governor, Lukas Enembe. The plant will produce cement in bulk with basic material supplied from other cement factories with packing in Timika. Initially the unit will have a cement production capacity of 0.5Mt/yr that will rise to 3Mt/yr by 2016.
The project will be financed by a number of banks, with Bank Papua, which is owned by the regional administration forming a consortium to raise fund for the project.

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