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Monday, September 23, 2019

Korban Meninggal dan Luka-Luka Peristiwa Berdarah Wamena 23 September 2019

Korban Luka sebanyak 65 orang, untuk luka belum dilakukan tindakan medis oleh pihak RSUD dikarenakan PLN Wamena mengalami pemadaman listrik :
1) Aman huby
2) Firmanus Hiluka
3) Rojul
4) Jhon Payage, 22 tahun
5) Tubel Yelemaken, 16 tahun
6) Ruben Asso, 17 tahun
7) Micu Kogoya
8) Maskoro, 36 tahun
9) Melky Payage
10) Nursa’ada, 40 tahun
11) Paner Gombo, 18 tahun
12) Repi Kogoya, 22 tahun
13) Airon Kogoya, 19 tahun
14) Iswandari, 28 tahun
15) Kirinus Jikwa, 26 tahun
16) Rohani, 42 tahun
17) Manu Meage, 13 tahun
18) Inayatul Karimah, 35 tahun
19) Falentine Kapitan, 14 tahun
20) M. Ibnu Rifky, 18 tahun
21) Ahmad Naje, 39 tahun
22) Joko Setyanto, 64 tahun
23) Nurmiati, 50 tahun
24) Sri Lestari, 38 tahun
25) Elvis Marni
26) Wakini Ayi, 56 tahun
27) Litoni Selak, 19 tahun
28) Nurchous, 32 tahun
29) Lolvi Yohame, 14 tahun
30) Eben Simbolon, 25 tahun
31) Mesra Nainggolan, 29 tahun
32) Saiful Muklis
33) Yus Asso
34) Veronika
35) Nurrahmadan, 14 tahun
36) Ridho, 6 tahun
37) Irham, 8 tahun
38) Muhammad Soleh, 35 tahun
39) Senan, 31 tahun
40) Muhammad
41) Sunan Sigi, 42 tahun
42) Markus Saung
43) Teite Weya
44) Husna Yelipele
45) Manda Kogoya, 16 tahun
26) Wakini Ayi, 56 tahun
27) Litoni Selak, 19 tahun
28) Nurchous, 32 tahun
29) Lolvi Yohame, 14 tahun
30) Eben Simbolon, 25 tahun
31) Mesra Nainggolan, 29 tahun
32) Saiful Muklis
33) Yus Asso
34) Veronika
35) Nurrahmadan, 14 tahun
36) Ridho, 6 tahun
37) Irham, 8 tahun
38) Muhammad Soleh, 35 tahun
39) Senan, 31 tahun
40) Muhammad
41) Sunan Sigi, 42 tahun
42) Markus Saung
43) Teite Weya
44) Husna Yelipele
45) Manda Kogoya, 16 tahun
46) Yangky Wenda, 14 tahun
47) Frans Tabuni, 14 tahun
48) Paulus Monda
49) Dan Matuan
50) Anderson Uaga
51) Bistanis Hisage
52) Nope Kogoya
53) Karinus Jikwa
54) Titus Gombo, 30 tahun
55) Iropiru Wenda
56) Daud Matuan
57) Hariyono, 40 tahun
58) Manu Meage, 13 tahun
59) E. Rizal, 42 tahun
60) Putri Yanti, 28 thun
61) Fatir Sub, 17 tahun
62) Omega Kogoya
63) Eriko Penggu
64) Budi Wenda
65) Ricky Wanimbo

Sementara itu untuk  Korban Meninggal Dunia   data terakhir semalam sebanyak 17 orang, dimana dua orang  Jenazah sudah teridentifikasi.yakni  Muhammad Subhan dan Yohanis Karangan (32) yang beralamat  Jl. Irian Atas

Sedangkan untuk kerugian  Materiil,
1) Kantor Pemda Jayawijaya : dibakar oleh massa
2) Kantor Agraria : dirusak oleh massa dengan lemparan batu
3) Kantor Dinas Perhubungan Darat Wamena : dirusak oleh massa dengan lemparan batu dan pembakaran kendaraan Bus Dinas
4) Pembakaran 1 ruko di Jalan SD. Percobaan
5) Kantor Satpol PP Jayawijaya : habis dibakar oleh massa
6) Kantor Kejaksaan Negeri Wamena : Pembakaran 2 Unit kendaraan milik kejaksaan dan pengerusakan kaca kantor pada bagian depan
7) Kantor KUA Jayawijaya : habis dibakar oleh massa
8) Kantor Balai Lingkungan Hidup : habis dibakar oleh massa
9) Kantor PLN : Habis dibakar oleh massa
10) Kantor RRI Wamena : dirusak oleh massa dengan lemparan batu
11) 5 Ruko sepanjang Jalan Map 5 habis terbakar
12) Ruko sepanjang jalan Pasar Wouma habis terbakar
13) Mall Yudha habis terbakar
14) beberapa ruko sepanjang jalan Hom-Hom habis terbakar
15) beberapa ruko sepanjang jalan hom-hom ke arah Pikey habis terbakar

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Thousands of West Papuan students return home over safety fears

Over 2000 West Papuan university students have returned home from Indonesian cities since last month over safety fears.

Protesters march in Jayapura. Photo: Whens Tebay
Racist harassment of Papuan students in university dormitories in Javanese cities last month sparked weeks of widespread protests and unrest in Papua.

While Indonesian police have started investigations into the harassment, many students claim they continue to face threats and feel unsafe.

As of Monday, 2047 students had been recorded by Papua's provincial government as having left their studies to return to their home region since August.

The majority of the students are from Highlands regencies in Papua.

Last month, in response to the harassment, Papua's Governor Lukas Enembe offered support to students who wished to return home from Java.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

UN urges Indonesia to protect Koman

United Nations experts have urged Indonesia to protect the rights of lawyer Veronica Koman who advocates for West Papuan rights.
They also urged Indonesia to protect people's rights to peaceful protest and those reporting on protests in West Papua, and to ensure access to the internet
Human rights lawyer Veronica Koman
Human rights lawyer Veronica Koman Photo: Whens Tebay
Earlier this month a police warrant was issued for Ms Koman, who is believed to be in Australia, after police claimed she spread fake news online.
Indonesian authorities have blamed disinformation and Papuan independence activists for a recent wave of protests in the region
The UN rights experts said Indonesian authorities should address acts of harassment, intimidation and threats against people reporting on the protests.
Ms Koman was named as a "suspect" by authorities who accused her of provoking unrest after she published reports on the protests and on a racist attack against Papuan students in Java that triggered the demonstrations.
"We welcome actions taken by the Government against the racist incident, but we urge it to take immediate steps to protect Veronica Koman from any forms of retaliation and intimidation and drop all charges against her so that she can continue to report independently on the human rights situation in the country," the experts said.*
They also expressed concerns over reports indicating that the authorities were considering revoking Ms Koman's passport, blocking her bank accounts and requesting Interpol to issue a Red Notice to locate her.
The experts stressed that restrictions on freedom of expression not only undermined discussion of government policies, but also jeopardised the safety of human rights defenders reporting on alleged violations.
Protests have been increasingly taking place in the provinces of Papua and West Papua since mid-August over alleged racism and discrimination and amid calls for independence.
"These protests will not be stopped by an excessive use of force or by cracking down on freedom of expression and access to information," the experts said.
The government's move to cut access to the internet in Papua last month was described by the Ministry of Communication as a move to stop the flow of disinformation.
"We urge the Government of Indonesia to recognise the rights of all protesters and to ensure continuation of the internet service. We welcome the restoration on 4 September of the internet in almost all of Papua and West Papua provinces.
"Restrictions of the internet and on access to information in general have a detrimental impact on the ability of individuals to express themselves, and to share and receive information. On the other hand, access to the internet contributes to preventing disinformation and ensuring transparency and accountability," the experts said.
The UN experts have previously expressed their concerns to Indonesia's government and are continuing to urge it to engage in genuine dialogue with the protesters.
The experts welcomed the engagement of the authorities on these matters and said they looked forward to continued dialogue.
*The UN experts: Mr. Clement Nyaletsossi Voule (Togo), Special Rapporteur on the right to peaceful assembly and association; Mr. David Kaye (USA), Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression; Ms Dubravka Šimonović (Croatia), Special Rapporteur on violence against wom en, its causes and consequences; Ms Meskerem Geset Techane (Ethiopia), Chair of the Working Group on discrimination against women and girls; Mr. Michel Forst (France), Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders.
Source: RNZ

Perparing the 2019 09 13 Vanimo Papua Merdeka Peaceful Demonstration





Melanesians from Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea preparing for demonstration against Indonesian consulate in Vanimo Town, Papua New Guinea.



Three main issues raised:

1. West Papua is one people, one land mass, one culture, one ancestor with Papua New Guinea. We are the same people, and we are united to Free West Papua.

2. Papua New Guinea is politically independnet, but its economy is being hindered because the other half of the island is still occupied by foreign powers. They are using West Papua as the gate into Melanesia. As long as West Papua is occupied, no single Melanesian countries will be independent economically. To Free West Papua is to Free all Melanesian countries economically.

3. This campaign will continue on regular basis, and will spread across PApua New Guinea and across Melanesia.

Military presence has increased in the Indonesian provinces of Papua and...

Monday, September 16, 2019

Perparing the 2019 09 13 Vanimo Papua Merdeka Peaceful Demonstration





Melanesians from Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea preparing for demonstration against Indonesian consulate in Vanimo Town, Papua New Guinea.



Three main issues raised:









  1. West Papua is one people, one land mass, one culture, one ancestor with Papua New Guinea. We are the same people, and we are united to Free West Papua.
  2. Papua New Guinea is politically independent, but its economy is being hindered because the other half of the island is still occupied by foreign powers. They are using West Papua as the gate into Melanesia. As long as West Papua is occupied, no single Melanesian countries will be independent economically. To Free West Papua is to Free all Melanesian countries economically.
  3. This campaign will continue on regular basis, and will spread across Papua New Guinea and across Melanesia.

2019 09 13 Vanimo Papua Merdeka Starting Off