Monday, May 29, 2017

1) DEERD TABUNI: DO NOT ALWAYS ACCUSE A PARTICULAR COMMUNITY AS CRIMINALS



2) THE GOVERNOR OF WEST PAPUA UNDERGO MILITARY TRAINING

3) JAYAPURA RELIGIOUS COURT HANDLED 186 DIVORCE CASES
4) FORMER DEFENDER OF PERSIPURA WAS SHOT IN AN INCIDENT AT MAKOREM 172/PWY JAYAPURA
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1) DEERD TABUNI: DO NOT ALWAYS ACCUSE A PARTICULAR COMMUNITY AS CRIMINALS


Illustration of Student Demo at Papuan House of Representatives in response to various violence cases in Jayapura – Jubi / Arjuna
Jayapura, Jubi – Legislator of Papua, Deerd Tabuni reminds people in Jayapura City and surrounding areas do not accuse people from certain areas as perpetrators relate to crimes spread in the city.
He said, the accusation can trigger friction in society. Anyone allows doing evil if there are opportunities, intentions and other factors.
“Do not always suspect people from certain areas or tribes when there is a crime, it is like giving an opportunity to those who do not want Papuan people to get along, to provoke the situation,” Deerd told Jubi on Wednesday(May 24) .

He said accusing certain parties as perpetrators of crime not only can trigger friction between groups of people, but also can deal with the law.
“It should not be ignore, the police should arrest the perpetrators and make sure motive behind it,” he said.
He calls for all people in Papua to remain calm, maintain security, order, not hooked on various issues. Do not let the relationship of kinship, friendship that has been working well broken just because of the issue that exhaled by irresponsible people, he said
DPR Papua promised they would form a team to respond to the situation of growing violence and crime in Jayapura city.
“If not later this month, early next month, we will facilitate a big meeting to bring all parties, including community leaders, religious, police, government, customs and other related parties,” said Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives of Papua, Edoardus Kaize.
He called on Papua regional police, regional military chief command and his staff to increase effectiveness of anticipating possibilities of crimes and creating security and comfort in the community. (*)

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2) THE GOVERNOR OF WEST PAPUA UNDERGO MILITARY TRAINING

Manokwari, Jubi – Governor Dominggus Mandacan and Deputy Governor of West Papua Mohammad Lakotani undergo military training in Natuna Islands, Batam.
He explained that President Joko Widodo invited all governors and deputy governors for the meeting in Natura Islands, Batam.
From 17-18 of May all governors gathered at Halim Perdana Kusumuh Airport Jakarta to depart to the Natuna Islands using aircraft belonging to the Air Force.

We are together with the governors from other regions that would follow the activities of training which conducted by TNI,” he said.
According to him, during they stay in Natuna Islands, President with TNI ranks were invited to go around the island. A number of TNI special equioments such as warships, submarines and helicopters would be deployed to support such activities.
During the training, participants wear a striped outfit like TNI. “The committee has asked for the size of our clothes, including pants and shoes that we will wear later,” he said.
He mentioned, in the event there would be military attractions conducted by members of the TNI. The governors would be given opportunity to participate in shooting practice.
“At the end of the new event we would follow the training that would be done directly by Mr. President,” he said while jokingly hoping to get a red baret. (*)
Source: Antara
Editor: Zely Ariane

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3) JAYAPURA RELIGIOUS COURT HANDLED 186 DIVORCE CASES

Jayapura, Jubi – Religious Court of Jayapura up to May 24, 2017 has recorded 186 cases of divorce and marriage certificate that have been entered and stipulated as a PMH or waiting for a panel of judges who want to handle the case.
It is said by Humal Religious Court Jayapura, Nurul Huda to Jubi on Wednesday (May 24).
There are two types of divorce cases, namely divorce accounted by the wife and divorced by the husband. Divorce lawsuits by wife further dominate those cases.
All cases of divorce occur due to infidelity, not being provided economically, left behind or irresponsible husband and domestic violence.
According to Huda at the end of 2017 it is estimated that ordinary cases would reach 350-400 that go in court.
Meanwhile, Chairman of Religious Court of Jayapura, Hamzah said, Jayapura Religion Court provides free legal assistance for the poor who caught the problem as above. (*)



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4) FORMER DEFENDER OF PERSIPURA WAS SHOT IN AN INCIDENT AT MAKOREM 172/PWY JAYAPURA

JAYAPURAJUBI – VICTOR PULANDA, FORMER DEFENDER OF PERSIPURA WAS ONE OF THE VICTIMS OF SECURITY FORCES FIRED AT THE INCIDENT IN FRONT OF RAYON MILITARY COMMAND (MAKOREM) 172 / PWY HEADQUARTERS IN JAYAPURA, THURSDAY (MAY 25).

Yohana, a witness said before the shooting took place, the mob threw stones at the Makorem because a member of the TNI who allegedly burned the Bible was staying inside. The crowds have gathered in front of Makorem since noon, after hearing information about the burning of Bible rumours.
The masses also blocked Abepura – Padang Bulan – Waena road segment.

“Masses and the soldiers are throwing stones to each other. And probably because one of the soldiers got hit, the people standing there (in front of Makorem) were disbanded by the security forces. There are a Panzer come out of Makorem,” said Yohana.
After the Panzer move forward to the crowd direction, all residents in front of Makorem running around to Jalan Sosial, Perumnas IV.
That was when the gunshot heard. “The shootings were upward but also down, that they shoot in the direction of the running masses,” she said.
That was the time when she saw Victor Pulanda fell. For some reason, she did not know who was a guy who collapses. Then she knew after she approached that he was Victor Pulanda, with blood on his shoulder. So she immediately shouted for help to from people in Nabire Student Dormitory.
Then Victor was immediately taken to Dian Harapan Hospital. “So he got shot in his right back shoulder,” said Yohana.
To Jubi, Victor Pulanda himself admitted that he was on location and came out of the house to look of what happen when smokes from burning tires spread in the location where he live not very far. He also wants to look for both his children there.
“I went up to the road because someone said there was a community action in front of Makorem Padang Bulan. At the same time I am looking for my two children who go to the crowd too,” he said.
When he saw the protesting community, Victor said he sees the gun coming and there was a shot. He saw two army (TNI) soldiers in front of the gunshot firing at the running men.
“The situation was getting uneasy especially when the two soldiers fired at the people who ran,” he explained.
When he arrived in front of the Nabire Dormitory to take shelter, he felt like he was beaten with a big wood on his back. And apparently there was blood and his shirt was torn.
“My hand cramped, probably my bone hit. I don’t know. There is a young sister who then took me here (to hospital). Apparently they (soldiers) have bad intentions towards the community,” he said.
Along with Victor Pulanda, Edi Siep and Alvian Ukago was also shot by gunfire. Both were wounded in their right leg. Edi Siep was immediately rushed to Dian Harapan Hospital while Alvian Ukago was taken to Abepura Hospital.
“There are friends looking for me. After that they immediately bring me here. The army that was shooting at us. I got hit on the right foot, “said Edi
Not only civilians, Jayapura City Police Chief, AKBP Tober Sirait and his aide also became victims of mass anger. Sirait was wounded by a mob throwing rocks.
Head of Public Relations of Papua Police, Kombes (Pol) A.M. Kamal said, Jayapura Police Chief, AKBP. Tober Sirait is also being treated at the Bhayangkara hospital from the throwing of the mob.
“At that time Police Chief Jayapura City and his adjutant tried to approach Makorem 172 Prajawirayapti but then they got beaten and thrown with rocks, “said Kombes (Pol) Kamal.
Regarding the alleged burning of the Bible, Regional Police Chief Inspector General Boy Rafli Amar said, there is no burning of the alleged Bible. According to him, the burning is unintentionally because an army who did it did was doing the cleaning and it was said the alleged bible was in a box of garbage.
“There is a pile of paper in the garbage bin and then burned, and it is rumored by an irresponsible person that those are bible,” explained Rafli Amar, Thursday (25 May).(*)
Source: Tabloidjubi.com
editor: Zely Ariane
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