Friday, February 28, 2014

1) Motte : PM will Carry Case Vanuatu Papua human rights to Geneva

1) Motte : PM will Carry Case Vanuatu Papua human rights to Geneva
2) COMMANDER OF MERAUKE NAVAL ADMITTED THE SOLDIERS RECEIVED BRIBES FROM FISHERMAN
3) Freeport mulls ‘force  majeure’
4) Again , Shoot Raw action in Yapen
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A google translate of article in Bintang Papua. Be aware google translate can be a bit erratic.
Original bahasa link at

Saturday, March 1, 2014 09:29
1) Motte : PM will Carry Case Vanuatu Papua human rights to Geneva
IlustrasiJAYAPURA - The issue of Human Rights ( HAM ) in Papua will be re- appointed by the Prime Minister of Vanuatu , Mr . Moana Kalosil carcasses , to the international community , through the 25th Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva , Switzerland , at 3 to March 5, 2014 .
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This was conveyed Octovianus Motte , Papua negotiator Coordinator , via cell phone from the United States , Friday ( 28/2 ) yesterday , to Bintang Papua .
"We'll see on March 4, 2014 , Prime Minister of Vanuatu , Moana Kalosil , raised again the circumstances of Human Rights ( HAM ) in Papua , we appreciate it as part of his struggle to reveal the human rights situation as what happened in Papua , " Motte Octovianus clear that in the year 2011, was selected as a negotiator Abroad Papua through the Papua Peace Conference or the LTO which took place in July 2011 at the Jayapura .
" It is , as already disclosed in the annual general debate in the Assembly Perserikataan Nations 28 September 2013 and then in New York , " said Motte Octovinus the former journalist .

According to him , " the Prime Minister , Moana , will speak also related to what is happening in the Act of 1969 , we hope this all goes well , I will also be there to support what the Prime Minister Moana , " explained Motte .
As scheduled , PM . Moana will speak on March 4 , while at the opening , will present UN Secretary General , Mr . Ban Ki - Moon , President of the Human Rights Council , HE , and others . ( bom/don/l03 )
 
Tuesday 4 March 2014

MORNING
09:00 to 12:00 PANEL ON HR mainstreaming HL ( NO SPILL - OVER POSSIBLE )

Lunchtime MEETING ( 4 March 2014 )

HIGH LEVEL SEGMENT - Dignitaries

Time Country Dignitary
12:00 H.E. Vanuatu Mr . Moana carcasses Kalosil , Prime Minister
12:10 Equatorial Guinea H.E. Mr . Alfonso Nsue Mokuy , Deputy Prime Minister for the Social Sector and Human Rights
12:20 Greece H.E. Mr . Evangelos Venizelos , Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs
12:30 Estonia H.E. Mr . Urmas Paet , Minister for Foreign Affairs
12:40 Malaysia H.E. Mr . Dato Sri Anifah Aman , Minister for Foreign Affairs
12:50 South Africa H.E. Ms . Maite Nkoana - Mashabane , Minister of International Relations and Cooperation
1:00 El Salvador H.E. Mr . Flamenco Alfredo Miranda , Minister for Foreign Affairs
1:10 H.E. Saudi Arabia Mr . Bandar bin Mohammed Aliban , Chairman of the Human Rights Commission
1:20 Czech Republic H.E. Mr . Lubomír Zaoralek , Minister for Foreign Affairs
1:30 Venezuela ( Bolivarian Republic of ) HE Mr . Elías Jaua Milano , Minister for Foreign Affairs
1:40 Dominican Republic H.E. Mr . Carlos Morales Troncoso , Minister for Foreign Affairs
Angola 1:50 H.E. Mr . Rui Carneiro Mangueira , Minister of Justice and Human Rights
2:00 International Committee of the Red Cross HE Mr . Peter Maurer , President
2:10 H.E. Romania Mr . Titus Corlatean , Minister for Foreign Affairs
2:20 H.E. Monaco Ms . Mireille Pettiti , Director - General , Department for External Relations and Co -operation
2:30 H.E. Hungary Mr . Szabolcs Takacs , Deputy State Secretary , Political Director
2:40 United Arab Emirates H.E. Dr. . Anwar Mohammed Gargash , Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
2:50 Danish H.E. Mr . Martin Lidegaard , Minister for Foreign Affairs
3:00 Serbian H.E. Ms . Roksanda Ninèiæ , Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
3:10 Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries HE Mr . Isaac Murarde Murargy , Executive Secretary
    
AFTERNOON
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. HL PANEL ON PROMOTION OF Preventative Approaches WITHIN THE UN SYSTEM ( NO SPILL - OVER POSSIBLE )


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2) COMMANDER OF MERAUKE NAVAL ADMITTED THE SOLDIERS RECEIVED BRIBES FROM FISHERMAN
Merauke, 28/2 (Jubi) – Commander of Lantamal XI Merauke, Brigadier General Marine Buyung Lalana admitted about marine soldiers who were on duty at Torasi Station often got paid from the fishermen during their home trip from Papua New Guinea.
“Those were individuals and have been removed,” he told to tabloidjubi.com at Pantai Lampu Satu Merauke on Friday (28/2).
Responding to the issue of 5 million deposits to Lantamal by some business holders of sea cucumber, he urged those who were disadvantaged make a report to the police or the Navy.
“I have a strong commitment that in the future the soldiers will never commit such ways. I won’t hesitate to condemn them by Law. I would be embarrassed if found such thing happened. Soldiers should be protect instead of torment the people,” he said.
However, he can accept the fishermen’ acts to give some of their catches to soldiers. He considered this is a form of good relationship between people and soldiers.
Deputy Chairman of DPRD Merauke, Matheus Liem Gebze said the parliament was disappointed if what is the fisherman said was true. “The soldiers have salaries. Therefore they are responsible to protect the fishermen,” said Gebze. (Jubi/Frans L Kobun/rom) 
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3) Freeport mulls ‘force  majeure’
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., the world’s largest publicly traded copper producer, might have to declare force majeure on concentrate sales from its Grasberg mine in Papua because of new rules on mineral exports, Bloomberg reported on Friday.

The company might also consider cutting back on operating costs, deferring capital expenditure and implementing staff redundancies if it was unable to resume normal operations over an extended period, Phoenix-based Freeport said in a filing on Thursday.

 Freeport’s local unit still had not received export permits by Feb. 24., CEO Richard Adkerson said in a presentation at a mining conference in Florida Thursday.

The new rules curb the shipping of unprocessed ore and place duties on exports of copper concentrate, a semi-processed raw material, as the country seeks to increase the value of its exports. Freeport says the new regulations conflict with its rights under an existing contract with the government.

Grasberg has produced an average of about 112,000 metric tons a day since mid-January, about half the normal rate, the company said on Thursday. Freeport sends about 40–50 percent of its regular output from Grasberg to a smelter it co-owns in Indonesia.

Force majeure is a legal clause that allows companies to miss deliveries because of circumstances beyond their control.

Meanwhile, Freeport Indonesia’s vice president for corporate communications Daisy Primayanti said in Jakarta on Friday that the company had cut its production since Jan. 12 because the company was still unable to secure export permits from the government.

“Production is reduced and only being used to meet supply to Smelting Gresik. We have also adjusted a number of activities due to the cut in production. However, we have not carried out any layoffs,” Daisy told The Jakarta Post in a telephone interview.

The director general of minerals and coal at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry R. Sukhyar confirmed earlier this week that Freeport Indonesia had filed an application to obtain the recommendation needed to resume its exports. Sukhyar said the application was still being processed.

Raw-mineral exports have been totally banned since Jan. 12. Despite the full ban, the government has exempted mining companies producing half-processed products, such as concentrate, to continue exporting their products until the end of 2016. 

The government, however, has put in place a progressive export-duty scheme as disincentive for these miners to build smelters and refineries in the country. 

In addition, miners need to apply for permits to be able to continue exporting their mineral products. However, permits will only be issued if the miners are able to show their serious commitment to building their smelters or to processing their ores or concentrates at other smelters.

Freeport Indonesia has signed initial agreements to supply concentrate to domestic smelters, including with PT Indosmelt and PT Nusantara Smelting Corporation. It also recently agreed with state-owned diversified miner PT Aneka Tambang to work on a feasibility study to build a copper smelter.

Sukhyar said his office needed details of the exact amounts Freeport would supply to the three smelters.

“There are already sales and purchase agreements but the volumes to be supplied are not clear. By March 7 they have to tell us the details of concentrate volumes to be supplied,” Sukhyar said.

Last week, the Trade Ministry granted permits for nine mining companies to export half-processed mineral ore, a concession that will enable overseas mineral shipments for the first time since the raw-ore export ban took effect.

In accordance with a new regulation, the companies will have to pay an export duty of 20 percent in the first year.
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A google translate of article in Bintang Papua. Be aware google translate can be a bit erratic.
Original bahasa link at


Saturday, March 1, 2014 09:24
4) Again , Shoot Raw action in Yapen
Sulistyo Pudjo HartonoJAYAPURA - Action firefight broke out in Yapen Islands District . Friday ( 28/2 ) yesterday afternoon at around 12:00 CET . OPM group led by RO shootout with authorities to guard the village of Kampung Angkaisera , Yapen , Papua .
Papua Police spokesman , Sr. ( Pol ) Sulistyo Pudjo Hartono , S.Ik. , as confirmed Bintang Papua , confirmed there was a shooting in the village Angkasera . "Yes there shooting it , but from it there was no loss of life , both of the groups of RO as well as from members of Brimob , " he said through a short message .
Regarding the chronology of events , explains Head of Public Relations , the OPM group initially opened fire around police Angkaisera . Of the incident , the police chief to report directly to the Chief of Police Angkaisera Yapen Islands and then, Wakapolres with 20 members assisted members Brimod Papua Police assigned to the area directly to the scene.

" At the moment itupula directly on patrol in the area Kontinaen Angkaisera , and when the entourage arrived Brimob get a shot of the group leaders and then RO Brimob also shot immediately reply , " he explained .

Although there were no fatalities , the current members of the Police Mobile Brigade and Yapen Islands still do security so that people are not disturbed in carrying out its activities . "The situation is safe and conducive , but we know that the RO group who did the shooting is known to be a group that often terrorize residents in Yapen Islands and the surrounding district , " he added . ( loy/don/l03 )

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