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Saturday, 8 March 2014 - 10:45 WIB

ALBERT YOKU DENY THE PRIME MINISTER OF VANUATU’S STATEMENT

Franz Albert Yoku (Jubi)

Franz Albert Yoku (Jubi)

Franz Albert Yoku (Jubi)

Franz Albert Yoku (Jubi)

Suva, 7/3 (Jubi) – Franzalbert Yoku said the current situation in Papua was contrary to what have been spoken by the Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Moana Carcases Kalosis in the 25th Plenary Session of UN Commission on Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland on 4 March 2014.

“The situation in Papua is conducive. Why was it presented to Geneva, UN and Europe?” Yoku questioned it when giving the public lecture in Fiji National University, Suva on Thursday (6/3).

“I asked the Prime Minister to crosscheck its validity,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Moana Carcasses Katokai Kalosil was giving speech about the current situation of Melanesians in Papua on Tuesday, 4 March 2014 at 12:15 Geneva time in front of UN Commission on Human Rights. “10 percent of indigenous Papuans have been killed by the Indonesian Army,” a quote from tabloidjubi.com on Wednesday, 5 March 20134.

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Further He questioned the commitment of UN Commission of Human Rights who has been ignored the problem of indigenous Papua for years. At the end of his speech, the Prime Minister said his government was committed to keep struggle for Papuans to have their basic rights in their land. (Jubi/Mawel/rom)

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