1) Papua police stage anti-drug declaration in five cities
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Timika, Papua (ANTARA News) - Papua Regional Police staged an anti-drug declaration in five cities to invite all components of society to prevent and combat the circulation of drug, which are increasingly worrying.
Papua Police Drug Investigation Director Senior Commissioner, IBK Ardika, remarked here on Wednesday that the anti-drug declaration was carried out in the cities of Jayapura, Biak, Merauke, Nabire, and Timika.
The parties involved in the anti-drug declaration were the Police, National Narcotics Agency (BNN), Military, the local government, representatives from various elements of society, as well as high-school students.
"Our main objective, through this anti-narcotics declaration, is to focus on the younger generation who are very vulnerable to the dangers of drugs. Therefore, we will involve as many students as possible to make them understand the dangers of drugs," Ardika remarked.
According to him, the five cities were selected because of the easy access to the drugs and its circulation in these place.
In addition, the residents of these five cities are highly enthusiastic to prevent and combat drug circulation, he revealed.
Special anti-drug declaration activities that took place in Mimika also received full support from PT Freeport Indonesia.(*)
2) Papua Asks Freeport Share Divestment Management to be One Door
Wednesday, 11 October 2017 | 12:47 WIB
JAYAPURA, NETRALNEWS.COM - The Papua Provincial Government obtained shares from the divestment of Freeport Indonesia by 51 percent demanded by the government.
Papua Governor Lukas Enembe has asked for a 10 percent stake in Freeport of divestment through a single door, from the local side.
Lukas said there should be no particular group that would intervene the 10 percent issue of the shares divestment with the central government.
"The Papua provincial government together with the regency government around Freeport Indonesia and the indigenous people will discuss in detail," said Lukas, Wednesday (10/11/2017).
Lukas expected certain groups "to stop maneuvering" on the issue of 10 percent of the shares divestment.
"All in a single door, through us in Papua Province and a number of regencies around and indigenous peoples," he said.
He said, his side will conduct a detailed discussion with some regents around the area of Freeport Indonesia and indigenous peoples for technical.
"In the sense that the central government has given 10 percent, it will be purchased. Then the technical purchase will be discussed in detail," he said as quoted by Antara.
His side will follow the development of the procedure and will be technically discussed.
"Including the issue of the amount of funds that not yet known how much so that the people of Papua are expected to follow the development of this stock issue and do not need to perform additional movements because people already have 10 percent divestment Freeport Indonesia shares," he said.