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Ministry Pledges to Improve Coordination on Paniai Case

Peoples in Paniai evacuated body of victim - Suplied

Peoples in Paniai evacuated body of victim - Suplied

Peoples in Paniai evacuated body of victim - Suplied

Peoples in Paniai evacuated body of victim – Suplied

Jayapura, Jubi – An official at the Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security Affairs promised to improve coordination with relevant parties for the resolution of December 2014 shooting case in Paniai Regency, Papua.

“The coordination would be improved, and we’ll ask its progress in integrated meeting,” Major General Yoedhi Swastonohe said during his visit in National Human Right Commission Papua Representative Office in Jayapura last week.

The visit was part of the collaboration series of First Deputy of Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security and National Human Right Commission Papua Representative Office in socializing the interpretation on human right.

He said the Ministry of Laws and Human Rights is technically the leading sector in solving the violence case in Paniai, while the First Deputy is in-charge to implement some tasks and responsibilities of Coordinating Ministry for Politic, Legal and Security Affairs and report to the Coordinating Minister for Politic, Legal and Security Affairs.

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Thus he is responsible of preparing the coordination of planning and policy making as well as synchronizing the implantation of polices of domestic political affairs.

He’s also responsible on monitoring, analysis, evaluation and reporting on issues and implementation of domestic political affairs policies, such as the implementation of working agreement on domestic political affairs in coordination with other Coordinating Ministry, the Ministry of State and other relevant offices.

“We will synchronize the problem solving (Paniai Case) accordingly,” he said.

On the same occasion, the Head of National Human Right Commission Papua Representative Office, Frits Ramandey said the Paniai Case is increasingly leading to the bright spot. “The President has addressed a letter to the Military and Police Chief,

National Human Right Commission and other relevant parties that are expected to immediately establish an Investigation Team because all relevant parties are responsible to do so,” he said. (*/rom)

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