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.
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)