Wednesday, October 14, 2015

1) Tonga hints at visit to Papua over human rights concerns

2) Police surrounded OFFICE KNPB SENTANI

1) Tonga hints at visit to Papua over human rights concerns
Updated at 9:23 am today
Tonga's Government has responded to Indonesia's accusation that claims by Tonga's Prime Minister at the United Nations were misleading.
'Akilisa Pohiva told the UN General Assembly in New York that the UN should investigate allegations of human rights abuses in the provinces of Papua and West Papua.
He said the UN has the moral obligation to follow up the issue and take any necessary action to stop the "brutal and inhumane activities".
However Indonesia responded saying it strongly rejects the references and the comments by Mr Pohiva as well as the Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare.
The Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Va'inga Tone, told Radio Tonga the government wants to work together with Indonesia to seek clarification bilaterally or through a joint visit to the country on a fact finding mission.
He says it’s the joint concern of Pacific countries not to leave anyone behind and it is within the power of leaders to take action.

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2) Police surrounded OFFICE KNPB SENTANI

Written By WEST PAPUA on Rabu, 14 Oktober 2015 | Rabu, Oktober 14, 2015

Office page secretariat controlled Sentani Indonesian Police
KNPBNews Sentani ---- Office of the Secretariat of the National Committee of West Papua (KNPB) Region Sentani Kepung by Member Dozens of Indonesian Police Chief Upon command, Jayapura, Sondra Siagian, on (10/13/2015).
Police surrounded the initial start since morning, the Secretariat met KNPB Sentani Indonesian police for no apparent reason.
The police came since 8.30 WPB, until this afternoon continue to exist around the office addition of members of the police controlled by the police and Intelligence.
For the response, the Chairman of the KNPB Region Sentani, Allen Halitopo, saying, "no action was nothing in the office KNPB, and we are not madmen or those unofficial, we struggled to open peace and dignity, we also know the laws of Indonesia and International Law ". specifically
Further Hilitopo, Jayapura Police Chief Adjunct Senior Commissioner ordered dozens Sondra Siagian this colonial police to surround the office of the secretariat that no activity KNPB activists there.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the KNPB Sentani Allen Halitopo and all activists still in office KNPB KNPB Sentani.
KNPB ask for solidarity for human rights and democracy, as well as supporting the struggle of the Free Papua Movement to urge the police to stop this terrorist action by calling the police chief in the Siagian Sondra; Allen 081240080404 and 085197514348 Halitopo in

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