Tuesday, July 8, 2014

1) Security Presidential Election in Nabire and Dogiyai Not There Problem

1) Security Presidential Election in Nabire and Dogiyai Not There Problem 
2) Indonesian forces in Papua on high alert for poll
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A google translate of article in Majalahselangkah.com. Be-aware google translate can be a bit erratic.
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1) Security Presidential Election in Nabire and Dogiyai Not There Problem 
  Author: Admin MS | Tuesday, July 8, 2014 13:56 Read: 86 Comments: 0 
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                                  Military muster for securing the 2014 presidential election. Photo: Ist 


Nabire, STEP MAGAZINE - Nabire police chief, Chief. Tagor Hutapea said securing the voting process in the district and the district Nabire Dogiyai no problem. 
He said, it sent down 556 military police personnel assisted by one company for security in the two districts. 

"The duty of the police to secure jalannnya election. Indeed there is a potential vulnerability, but in the two regions was not significant. Pileg not the same as yesterday," said Police Chief Nabire, AKBP. Tagor Hutapea when apple departure Dogiyai to police on Monday (07.07.14). 

Police also encourage residents in these districts were not to vote. He said, giving it an important voice in the presidential election to determine the future of Indonesia. 

In general, the Papua Regional Police deploy 14 thousand police personnel to secure the July 9 presidential election tomorrow. The number, according Papua Police Chief Inspector General of Police Tito Karnavian is two thirds of the Papua police force. 

Meanwhile, the Military Command XVII of Paradise lose 2,300 security personnel to help police the Presidential Election tomorrow, July 9, 2014. 

In addition, as reported, Commander XVII / Cenderawasih, Maj. Gen. Christian Zebua said it has set up 5,000 reserve soldiers as troops moved at any time to help resolve security problems (. (HI/003/GE/Admin/MS)



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http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/249142/indonesian-forces-in-papua-on-high-alert-for-poll


2) Indonesian forces in Papua on high alert for poll

Updated
at 4:44 pm on 7 July 2014


Papua is facing an influx of Indonesian military personnel as indigenous leaders call for a boycott of Indonesia's upcoming elections.
The presidential election will be held on July 9th and regional military in Papua have put the province's security forces on full alert.
Amelia Langford reports.
"That is Benny Wenda calling for "boycott." The UK-based West Papuan independence activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Benny Wenda has called for West Papuans to boycott the upcoming election. Local media report as many as 2300 military personnel have been deployed to the province to boost security during the elections. The Australia West Papua Association says the security forces appears to be targeting civil society groups who are calling for the boycott.
Meanwhile, the Papuan separatist group, the National Committee for West Papua, has reported that six of its members have been arrested and beaten. The group alleges the six were arrested for distributing leaflets calling on West Papuans to boycott the election."
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