Wednesday, July 16, 2014

1) Jokowi wins in Jayapura city, Papua

1) Jokowi wins in Jayapura  city, Papua
2) Two civilians killed, one  injured in Puncak Jaya 
3) AMP calls for Referendum anniversary, this Action Those in Yogyakarta, Semarang and Bandung 
1) Jokowi wins in Jayapura  city, Papua
Nethy Dharma Somba, The Jakarta Post, Jayapura | Election Watch | Wed, July 16 2014, 10:26 PM
Presidential candidate Joko "Jokowi" Widodo and his running mate Jusuf Kalla garnered 96,780 votes, in comparison to the 69,220 votes rivals Prabowo Subianto and Hatta Rajasa gained in the provincial capital of Papua, Jayapura, in the July 9 presidential election.
"The presidential election in Jayapura has been peaceful since the beginning of the campaign period. However, the number of voters decreased by 40 to 50 percent," Yeremias Numberi, who led the vote count at Le Premiere Hotel in Jayapura, said on Wednesday.
The vote recapitulation was conducted peacefully and was monitored by the Jayapura Police.
The Jokowi-Kalla ticket also won in several other regencies in Papua. In Yahukimo, Jokowi gained 189,076 votes to Prabowo-Hatta's 72,537 votes. Jokowi also led the tally in Nabire with 90,541 votes in comparison to Prabowo-Hatta's 41,061 votes.
In Paniai, the Jokowi-Kalla pair led with 82,970 votes while Prabowo-Hatta gained 7,662 votes. Jokowi also won in neighboring Jayapura regency with 61,353 votes in comparison to Prabowo's 30,378 votes. (fss/nvn)

2) Two civilians killed, one  injured in Puncak Jaya 
Nethy Dharma Somba, The Jakarta Post, Jayapura | Archipelago | Wed, July 16 2014, 10:32 PM
A violent group shot three people, claiming the lives of two and injured one, in Puncak Jaya regency in Papua on Wednesday.  
The dead victims were identified as Kallo and Laksmana while the other was identified as Bahar.
The three men were drivers of lajuran, which is delivery company that transports staple food from Wamena, the capital city of Jayawijaya regency, 150 kilometers away to Mulia, the capital of Puncak Jaya regency.
“They were shot when they drove in an entourage of 10 lajuran cars. After the shooting, the armed group set four cars on fir. We have identified the armed group as Tingginire, who are known in the area,” Papua Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Pudjo Sulistyo said.
Papua Police deputy chief Brig. Gen. Paulus Waterpauw said he had sent a team led by Puncak Jaya regency police Adj. Comr. Muhammad Arief, consisting of Indonesian Military (TNI) soldiers, 26 police personnel, two bulletproof vehicles and one ambulance to evacuate the victims and track the perpetrators.
The shooting happened at the same time as a ceremony held at the National Police headquarters in Jakarta, where former Papua Police chief Insp. Gen. Tito Karnavian handed over his position to Brig. Gen Tjotje Mende. (gda/dic)

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3) AMP calls for Referendum anniversary, this Action Those in Yogyakarta, Semarang and Bandung 
  Author: Admin MS | Tuesday, July 15, 2014 20:19 Read: 610 Comments: 0 

Photos when combined police, Brimob, and organizations that claim to block the messenger Sultan equipped AMP mass action committee Yogyakarta. Photo: Ist. 
In Yogyakarta, Sultan's envoy, the police and Brimob Back Against Mass AMP. 

Yogyakarta, STEP MAGAZINE - Confirms that the seizure of West Papua in the lap of the Republic of Indonesia (Republic of Indonesia) through the determination of the people of the opinion (the Act) in 1969 carried undemocratic and gross human rights violations, Papua Student Alliance (AMP) study in several cities in Java peaceful protest. 

In Semarang, the city committee AMP down the road. They called for a review of the Act of 1969 because the judge conducted under military pressure Indonesia to Papua became part of Indonesia. 

AMP chairman of the Committee of Semarang, Otis Tabuni to say, should happen with the Act of 1969 upheld the decision of each individual nation-Papua, the People Ove One Vote principle, but what happens is deliberation, where the choice Indonesia amounted to 1026 people who serve approximately 800,000 representatives of the Papuan people at the time. 

In the release they write 3 demands action. Among other things, first, the Act of 1969 was democratic and the title immediately referendum for the people of Papua. 

Two, calling draw Indonesian Military (TNI-Police) Organic and Non-Organic from across Papua to stop all forms of crimes against humanity by the Indonesian state against the people of Papua. 

Third, menuntup and stop the exploitation of all the company's activities Multy National Corporation (MNC) owned Imperialist countries; Freeport, BP, Tangguh LNG, Medco, Corindo and others from throughout the Land of Papua. 

And lastly, it provides freedom for Papuans demand for self-determination and democratic solution for the people of Papua. 

In Yogyakarta, hundreds of Yogyakarta city committee AMP mass re-blocked by hundreds of personnel of the combined police, Brimob complete with their attributes, together with community organizations that claim messenger named FKPM Hamengkubuwono X of Yogyakarta Sri Sultan mass AMP block in the way of Kusuma State. 

Mass action is not allowed to continue their activities to the point of Zero KM, such as sute that have been listed in the notice that has been handed over to the police. 

In fact, police with messenger sultan together again barred the way. There is a total of about 12 trucks and 17 cars Sabhara patrol police and Brimob collaborate stop a peaceful demonstration AMP Committee Yogyakarta. 

It is exactly the same as that occurring in the action of AMP date July 1, 2014, when a proclamation commemorating the independence of West Papua in Victoria, July 1, 1971 first. 
While in London, the city committee AMP also down the road. All with the same demands. 

Papuan students in the Act requires re-AMP was held for the people of West Papua Act of 1969 because the judge used was not in accordance with international law, full of intimidation and terror. (MB/BT/014/MS)

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