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Wednesday, 16 July 2014 - 22:33 WIB

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN MERAUKE RAMPANT, COMMISSION VIII DPR RI SAYS

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Merauke, 15/7 (Jubi) – domestic violence in Merauke is on the rise and little is being done to address the problem, a legislator said.

The deputy chairman of the House of Representatives Commission VIII, Ledia Hanifa Amaniah, said the local government should provide detailed information so that a solution can be discussed.
“We got information that domestic violence in Merauke is quite high. Therefore, from this meeting, the issues can be addressed, ” she said in a meeting with the Merauke Regional Secretary, Daniel Pauta and several other officials at Nokens Sai Hall in Merauke, Papua on Tuesday (15/7).

She further said that these visits are intended to hear the aspirations of the community, including on the issue of inter-religious harmony.

Three areas visited were Biak, Nabire and Merauke.
“We will not dominate the conversation in meetings conducted. By him, given greater opportunities to deliver a range of problems faced. At the same time find a way out settlement, “he said.

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Daniel Pauta said Merauke is one area in Papua province whose land is very safe and conducive. Anyone who comes to Merauke has nothing to fear. (Jubi / Frans L Kobun/ Tina)

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