Emus Gwijangge Not In Agreement with Former Members of DPRP


Jayapura, Jubi – Several former members of the Papua Legislative Council (DPRP) accused the current council members of not being serious about dealing with the problem surrounding 14 seats for native Papuans.

But DPRP member Emus Gwijangge said councillors were working to form a Special Committee for address the problem by the end of March.

He questioned the former members of DPRP why they did not accommodate the 14 seats policy when they served at DPRP last period, why it is not done last period. Now they seemed to blame Legislators period 2014-2019. In fact, it is now trying to get 14 seats be accommodated.

“I hope that all parties believe in us. The process is not as easy as turning the palm of the hand including to allocate the budget for the Special Committee. So we will first consult with the executive, “he said.
Earlier, chairman of Body of DPRP, Yan Ayomi said the same thing. He said he hoped the Special Committee of 14 Seat to seat 14 will start to work in the near future. (Arjuna Pademme/ Tina)


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