Thursday, July 24, 2014

1) SKPKC ASKED THE SECURITY FORCE TO BE SMART IN PURSUING THE PERPETRATORS AFTER THE SHOOTING INCIDENT AT LANNY JAYA

1) SKPKC ASKED THE SECURITY FORCE TO BE SMART IN PURSUING THE PERPETRATORS AFTER THE SHOOTING INCIDENT AT LANNY JAYA

2) Tony Abbott won't attend Pacific Islands Forum in Palau


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1) SKPKC ASKED THE SECURITY FORCE TO BE SMART IN PURSUING THE PERPETRATORS AFTER THE SHOOTING INCIDENT AT LANNY JAYA


Wamena, 19/07- (Jubi) Coordinator of Peaceful and Justice Secretariat Office (SKPKC) for Papua Highland Areas, Pater Theo Kosay, OFM asked the security force to be smart in doing the investigation towards the perpetrators following the shooting incident at Dugume Village, Sub-District Tiom of Lanny Jaya Regency.
“In Papua, the sweeping or pursuing operation after the incident is becoming a habit. Based on experience, the Police and Military are generally conducting their operation blindly. We asked them to be smart in investigating the perpetrators and found the right target,” Kosay said to reporter in Wamena on Friday (18/7).
He further said based on the information received from the member of SKPKC Lanny Jaya it has frightened the people. They are traumatic and run for hiding. “They are frightened because based on their last experience, the police or military were always acting blindly,” said Kosay.
Further he considered the shooting incident at Dugume Village was a crime that should be solved by Indonesian Law. “SKPKC is very disappointed with the incident. Therefore we asked the security force to investigate this case without scarifying the people,” he said.
He admitted his office has coordinated with SKPKC Lanny Jaya to collect the updated data about the incident.
“I asked the people in Lanny Jaya and Jayawijaya for not being provoked with this situation. People should keep calm until this case could be resolved by the law enforcement authority,” Kossay said.
Similar with Kosay, a member of SKPKC for Highland Areas, Yance hoped the same thing.
“Therefore people can run their routine activities smoothly as expected.(Jubi/Ronny/rom)
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2) Tony Abbott won't attend Pacific Islands Forum in Palau

Updated 25 July 2014, 5:26 AEST
Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, will not be attending the Pacific Islands Forum in Palau next week.
Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, will not be attending the Pacific Islands Forum in Palau next week.
The visit would have been Mr Abbott's first chance to meet Pacific leaders since the election of his coalition government in September last year to discuss many regionally important issues.
However, with the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 in the Ukraine and other pressing matters Mr Abbott has decided the trip is not possible.
Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss will instead lead the Australian delegation and Parliamentary Secretary Brett Mason.
The Lowy Institute's Vanuatu-based non-resident fellow, Dr Tess Newton Cain, told Pacific Beat it is a missed opportunity for the Australian Government.
"Prime Minister Abbott is dealing with a time of great national tragedy and trauma for Australia," she said.
"I think that is something the leaders of the region would recognise."
Dr Cain says although Pacific leaders will most likely use the occasion to offer their support to Mr Abbott and Australia, it's unfortunate that two years in a row the Australian prime minister will not be present at the forum.
"This just leads ... to a sense that we're not seeing Prime Minister Abbott being able to take the opportunity to really deliver on the promise of a new, deeper and more nuanced engagement with the region, which we were given to expect while his government was in opposition and indeed since it came to power," she said.
Dr Cain says while Australia will be represented at the forum, Pacific leaders would have been looking for personal assurances from Mr Abbott on a number of key issues and relationships.
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