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In Canberra, the Coordinating Minister for Politics group protested
Indonesian student at ANU, Canberra joined supporters of the Free Papua while doing demonstration against Papuan human rights team formed by Coordinating Minister for Politics - Jubi
Jayapura, Jubi - Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security (Coordinating Minister for Politics) Luhut B. Panjaitan along romobongannya greeted by protests at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra by a group of supporters of the Free Papua Movement.
Legal and Security Affairs is scheduled to speak in the forum "Solving Security Sssues in Indonesia" on Thursday (06.09.2016) at ANU greeted by about eight supporters of the Free Papua with posters and chants rejecting the team formed by the Coordinating Minister for Politics for solving Rights Man in Papua. In addition to supporting Papua Merdeka, a number of Indonesian students in the university seemed to join the demonstrators.
"We reject this Luhut formation team, we want a fact-finding mission recommended by the Pacific Islands Forum who come to Papua. And Indonesia, must communicate with the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) to resolve the Papua issue, “explains Ronny Kareni, one of the supporters of the Free Papua movement in Canberra.
In this demonstration, attended by Rex Rumakiek, one of the five negotiators agreed by ULMWP.
"ULMWP is representative and legitimate institutions to represent the people and the people of Papua," said Rex Rumakiek.
Demonstrations supporting the Free Papua movement in front of ANU, Canberra refused HAM Papua problem solving team formed the Coordinating Minister for Politics - Jubi
Coordinating Minister for Politics, according Kareni, because in the demo by supporters of Papua Merdeka, opted out of the room through another door.
In the group's Coordinating Minister for Politics, appears also the National Police, Gen. Badrodin Haiti, Head of the National Counter Terrorism Agency (BNPT), Irjenpol Tito Karnavian and Papua Police Chief, Paul Irjenpol Waterpauw. Also in this group, three men participated Papua, Lien Maloali, Matius Murib and Marinus Yaung. (*)