Monday, June 23, 2014

1) CASE OF GUN SUPPLIER TRANSFERRED TO SORONG PROSECUTOR OFFICE

1) CASE OF GUN SUPPLIER TRANSFERRED TO SORONG PROSECUTOR OFFICE
2) INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS TO RE-OPEN AT BIAK AIRPORT
3) JAYAPURA ANTICIPATE INFLUX OF DOLLY’S SEX WORKERS
4) IF JOKOWI ELECTED PRESIDENT, PAPUA TO SEPARATE FROM INDONESIA, ATARURI SAYS
5PAPUA BARAT IS NOT INVITED TO MELANESIAN FESTIVAL, GOVERNOR ATARURI UPSET

6) Human rights activists in Papua Call for People not to Choose Abusive Candidates 
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1) CASE OF GUN SUPPLIER TRANSFERRED TO SORONG PROSECUTOR OFFICE


Sorong, 22 /6 ( Jubi ) – A case file of a syndicate who allegedly supplied firearms to an armed group in Puncak Jaya has been transferred from Papua High Prosecutor’s Office to the Sorong Prosecutor’s Office.
The Sorong Prosecutor Office received the file on Thursday (19/6), said its head of the general crime division.
“We will review the case first before the trial,” he said.
Papua Prosecutor Yupiter Selan said the case was transferred because the suspect has been detained since May in Sorong when the suspect fled from Ternate to Jayapura.
“The suspect actually wanted his case to be processed in Jayapura, but he was arrested in Sorong so we must hand over it to the Sorong Court for trial,” he said.
The suspect was suspected as a member of a firearm syndicate that supplied guns to armed group and also the Free Papua Movement (OPM) in Puncak Jaya. ( Jubi/ Nees/rom )



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2) INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS TO RE-OPEN AT BIAK AIRPORT


Jayapura, 22/6 (Jubi) – The transportation department in Papua is making an effort to reopen  international flights to and from the Frans Kaisiepo airport in Biak.
This plan is being discussed by the head of the local branch of the I Angkasapura.
“To support the plan of re-opening overseas services, the transportation department has met with the chief of PT Angkasapura I in Biak recently. We also had a meeting with Biak Noemfor government on the completion of the airport land,” head of the transporatation department, Yusuf Yambi Yabdi told journalists in Jayapura, Papua on Sunday (22/6).
In the period of 1996-1998, Garuda Airways opened the route from Jakarta – Denpasar – Biak – Honolulu-Los Anggeles. However, the service ended ended because of the economic crisis.
“Since that time the operational status of Biak as an International airport has stopped,” he added.
Biak airport is unique because it was built on limestone  rock that is very sturdy with size runway length allows to accommodate the 747 400 series and Airbus.
In addition, the airport is also among the five airports with the longest runway in Indonesia. The Frans Kaisepo has a runway length of 3,570 meters while the Hasanuddin Airport Makassar has 3,100 meters.
“At this time, the original plan is for the purpose of Biak tourism. The route would be Thailand – Japan – China and South Korea and could be Biak – Australia. These routes is what we discussed with operators. Because of this choice ,so there must be a lot of operators used to be only one route to Honolulu – USA, “he said.
He said that he has discussed the plans with PT. Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Air Asia, and other airlines interested to join.
“We look forward to an agreement with a number of airlines, so overseas flights can be realized in accordance with the vision and mission of the Governor. Moreover, the growth of tourism in Papua will increase,” he said. (Jubi / Alex/ Tina)----------------------------------------------------------------

3) JAYAPURA ANTICIPATE INFLUX OF DOLLY’S SEX WORKERS


Jayapura, 21/6 (Jubi) – The Jayapura municipal government is anticipating the possibility of sex workers from Dolly, Surabaya, migrating to Jayapura after their red light district was closed by the local government.
“We can not deny the possibility of sex workers moving to Jayapura city. Currently, sex workers who are in Jayapura come from Manado, Makassar and Surabaya,” first assistant of regional secretary, Binton Nainggolan in Abepura said on Saturday afternoon ( 21/6).
“Our plan is to conduct health examination and enforcement of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) between government and bar entrepreneurs.” Binton added.
Binton explained, local government will hold a coordination meeting with some stakeholders to anticipate this threat.
Meanwhile, the Papua Family Planning Association Executive Committee Indonesia (IPPA), Dr. Gunawan recognizes the impact of Dolly’s closure.
“The impact should be taken into account by the entire government, I think after Eid, let us prepare all together,” he said briefly. (Jubi / Sindung/ Tina)


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4) IF JOKOWI ELECTED PRESIDENT, PAPUA TO SEPARATE FROM INDONESIA, ATARURI SAYS

Sentani, 21/6 (Jubi) – The Governor of West Papua, Bram Oktovianus Ataruri, said that Indonesia would remain intact if its president comes from military background.
“Let’s vote a soldier to be a President, because the army put the body for this country. Look Habibie who is  a civilian. When he was president, East Timor separated. When Gus Dur was president, Papua almost separated. Do not let Jokowi be a president, ” he said.
He stands for Prabowo not because both of them are generals, but as a  best friend.
“Prabowo was in the same class with me. We both graduated from America,” said Ataruri, who is also Gerindra chairman of West Papua Province.
Prabowo loves Papuans and Papua will be more advanced if Prabowo becomes president, he said.
Meanwhile, the chairman of the Volunteer Team for Jokowi (Bara JP), Yakoba Lokbere / Wetipo called Ataruri’s statement excessive and unreasonable.
When visiting Papua on the first day of presidential campaign, Jokowi already explained the reason for choosing Papua. “Indonesia’s sun rises from the east and does not rise from the west. That’s why I chose Papua for my first campaign,” Yakoba echoed Jokowi’s statement on Saturday (21/6).
His first campaign in Papua is a form of his serious attention, Yakoba said.
“Jokowi said Papua is comfortable, cool, cool, cool, and there is no problem. Just a matter of communication, ” Yakoba said, casually. (Jubi / Albert/ Tina)
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5) PAPUA BARAT IS NOT INVITED TO MELANESIAN FESTIVAL, GOVERNOR ATARURI UPSET


Sentani, 22/6 ( Jubi )— While Papua has confirmed its participation in the 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture on 28 June, West Papua Province does not seem to have been invited.
“When will it start? I don’t have an idea. I would surely come if invited. If the Australian or Papua New Guinea Ambassador was here, I should express my disappointment to them,”  West Papua Governor Bram Ataruri told to reporters in Sentani.
He pointed out Papua, West Papua and Papua New Guinea are located on the same island.
“It could be said we are living in a house of three rooms. So if Papua New Guinea celebrates its independence or organizes a cultural festival, they must invite us along with Papua. If we are not invited, I would think we are not brothers,” he said.
Further mentioning the absence of PNG representatives in the Sentani Lake Festival, he said the Governor of Papua New Guinea should be invited to the festival.
Earlier, the Head of the Border and International Cooperation Body of Papua Province, Suzan Wanggai said Papua would participate in the 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture that will be held from 28 June to 11 July at the Kokopo Beach, Pomio Regency of East New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea.
“The Papua delegation is ready. We are still keeping our coordination with the local committee, the Indonesian Embassy in PNG and the Ministry of the  Foreign Affairs in Jakarta,“ Wanggai said. (Jubi/Alberth/rom)
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6) Human rights activists in Papua Call for People not to Choose Abusive Candidates 

Liputan6.com, Jayapura - A number of activists and human rights organizations campaigning against Lost in Papua. The activists called on all people of Papua to not choose a presidential candidate who has a track record in terms of human rights violations.

"In recent days, we shared a number of activists and human rights NGOs in Papua movement against Forgotten held to celebrate the transition to democracy in Indonesia. at the same time appeal to the people of Papua is not to choose the wrong president in the upcoming presidential election, "said Executive Director Impartial Poengky Indarti in Jayapura, Friday, June 20, 2014.

 According Poengky, many cases of human rights violations in Papua, such as violations of civil and political rights in the form of restrictions on rights expression, violence against civilians separatist stigma, rampant cases of shootings, as well as past human rights violations such cases Mapenduma 1996, 1977 Wamena cases and cases that have been forgotten  Bela Alama.

"Surely this is a heavy lesson for the president who was elected on July 9 , so as to realize the election of qualified and produce the best president, then we ask people not to vote in Papua presidential candidate who has a track record of human rights violators, "he said.

Meanwhile, the president and vice president elected later, Poengky hopes to be able to help resolve conflict in Papua in a manner and a more humane approach. "We also look forward to an elected president could resolve the conflict in Papua by means of dialogue and peaceful, and committed to respect, uphold and protect human rights," he said.

while the recipient of the Yap Thiam Hiem 2009, Father John Jonga in the same place asked people not to forget human rights violations in Papua. In the case of the release of hostages in Mapenduma, May 13, 1996, for example, there has been a military attack that resulted in killing 8 civilians and burned several villages in the area.

"After the military attack, Mapenduma used as a military operations area that led to the violations of human rights, a number of military officers should be held accountable, including Prabowo, "he said. Papuan human rights activists also claimed not as a movement against Forgotten black campaign, but has been done since 16 years ago.

"Even if the moment is currently presidential campaign, it was just a coincidence and not a campaign black against a particular candidate. This movement has nothing to do with politics, "he said. (Ado) -

Pegiat HAM di Papua Serukan Tak Pilih Capres Pelanggar HAM

Ilustrasi Jokowi-JK dan Prabowo-Hatta (Liputan6.com)

Liputan6.com, Jayapura - Sejumlah pegiat dan organisasi HAM menggelar kampanye Melawan Lupa di Papua. Para aktivis ini menyerukan kepada seluruh masyarakat Papua untuk tidak memilih calon presiden yang memiliki rekam jejak dalam hal pelanggaran HAM.

"Dalam beberapa hari ini, kami bersama sejumlah aktivis dan LSM HAM di tanah Papua menggelar gerakan Melawan Lupa dalam rangka menyambut transisi demokrasi di Indonesia. Sekaligus menyerukan kepada rakyat Papua untuk tidak salah memilih presiden dalam pilpres mendatang," ujar Direktur Eksekutif Imparsial Poengky Indarti di Jayapura, Jumat 20 Juni 2014.

Menurut Poengky, kasus pelanggaran HAM banyak terjadi di Papua, seperti pelanggaran hak sipil dan politik dalam bentuk pembatasan hak berekspresi, kekerasan terhadap warga sipil terkait stigma separatis, maraknya kasus penembakan, serta pelanggaran HAM masa lalu seperti kasus Mapenduma tahun 1996, kasus Wamena tahun 1977 dan kasus Bela Alama yang sudah dilupakan.

"Tentunya ini pelajaran berat bagi presiden yang terpilih pada 9 Juli mendatang, sehingga guna mewujudkan pilpres yang berkualitas dan menghasilkan presiden yang terbaik, maka kami meminta masyarakat di Papua tak memilih calon presiden yang memiliki rekam jejak pelanggar HAM," tegasnya.

Sedangkan kepada presiden dan wakil presiden yang terpilih nantinya, Poengky menaruh harapan agar bisa membantu menyelesaikan konflik di Papua dengan cara serta pendekatan yang lebih manusiawi.

"Kami juga berharap kepada presiden yang terpilih bisa menyelesaikan konflik di Papua melalui cara-cara dialog dan damai, serta berkomitmen menghormati, menegakan dan melindungi HAM," jelasnya.

Sementara penerima penghargaan Yap Thiam Hiem 2009, Pastor John Jonga di tempat yang sama meminta masyarakat Papua tidak melupakan berbagai pelanggaran HAM di Papua. Pada kasus pembebasan sandera  di Mapenduma, 13 Mei 1996 misalnya, telah terjadi serangan militer yang mengakibatkan terbunuhnya 8 warga sipil dan membumihanguskan beberapa kampung di lokasi tersebut.

"Setelah serangan militer itu, Mapenduma dijadikan sebagai Daerah Operasi Militer yang berbuntut terjadinya berbagai pelanggaran HAM, sejumlah perwira militer harus bertanggung jawab, termasuk Prabowo Subianto," tegasnya.

Sejumlah aktivis HAM Papua juga mengklaim gerakan Melawan Lupa bukan sebagai kampanye hitam, namun telah dilakukan sejak 16 tahun lalu.

"Kalaupun momennya saat ini sedang kampanye pilpres, itu hanya kebetulan dan bukan kampanye hitam terhadap capres tertentu. Gerakan ini tak ada kaitannya dengan politik," paparnya. (Ado)

(Rinaldo)- See more at: http://indonesia-baru.liputan6.com/read/2066573/pegiat-ham-di-papua-serukan-tak-pilih-capres-pelanggar-ham#sthash.hKMqQ0oe.dpuf
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