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HUMAN RIGHTS IN WEST PAPUA 2013 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 February 2014 06:45

 

  50 years ago, on May 1, 1963, Indonesia took over control of Papua from the UN. Since then Papuans’ lives   have been marked by violence, the lack of access to effective remedies concerning right violations, as well as   marginalisation and discrimination. As a result, Papuans are deeply disappointed by the Indonesian  Government’s administration of Papua and regularly voice their disapproval. The government often resorts to the excessive use of force to silence such protests, however. The call for a dialogue to take place between stakeholders in Papua and Jakarta, as a peaceful means to discuss the problems in Papua and find solutions to these, have not led to the required action by the government.

 

 

 

Cases of extra-judicial killings, torture and arbitrary arrests documented between October 2011 and March 2013 show an ongoing high level of violence, concerning which the perpetrators - notably members of the security forces, including police and military - are not being held accountable, in the majority of cases. In the remote highland areas such forms of violence are most frequently noted. There, the security forces have continued to conduct raids in villages in order to retaliate concerning conflict violence and to intimidate indigenous village communities, resulting in the displacement of people. The Third Papuan People’s Congress in October 2011 was violently dispersed, persons were killed and peaceful political activists were imprisoned. In 2012, an escalation of violence was noted during which civilians were shot by unknown persons, political activist group leader Mako Tabuni was killed by the security forces and political activists were persecuted with arrests and killings.

 

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http://www.humanrightspapua.org/images/docs/HumanRightsPapua2013-ICP.pdf (english)

http://humanrightspapua.org/images/docs/HumanRightsPapua2013-ICP.pdf (indonesia)

 

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Source http://www.humanrightspapua.org/hrreport/2013

 


 

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