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Monday, 7 July 2014 - 04:39 WIB

PAPUAN ACTIVISTS DISCUSS INCIDENTS IN PAPUA

Papuan activists with Jeremy Bally, a West Papua Campaigner (Jubi)

Papuan activists with Jeremy Bally, a West Papua Campaigner (Jubi)

Papuan activists with Jeremy Bally, a West Papua Campaigner (Jubi)

Papuan activists with Jeremy Bally, a West Papua Campaigner (Jubi)

Jayapura, 6/7 (Jubi) – A recent incident at the Youteva traditional market on 2 July has been deemed to be part of a big scenario to disrupt  the July 9 presidential election, A young Papuan activist and Papuan political prisoner, Dominikus Surabut told tabloidjubi.com at the Abepura Prison on last Friday (4/7).

“It has nothing to do with Papua’s struggle for independence, but in fact it’s part of a scenario played by some individuals or certain groups to divert issues,” he said.

Surabut added those old patterns could not be longer used to solve the basic problems in Papua, but it could only possibly enhance the list of violation by the police and military as well as ruin the Indonesian image as democratic country in the international community.  Therefore he asked each party; in particular Papuans (as the victim) for not taking opposite if does not want be caught in the scenario.

Meanwhile the young Papuan activist Allius Asso has the similar thought.
“We are not foolish to keep being fooled.  The incidents were always happening in each national holiday but Papuans are smart dealing with it. We agreed to say this is part of a huge scenario by some individuals or certain group who deliberately set up the situation to give the impression if the election in Papua was chaotic to get the security funds,” he said. (Mecky / Jubi/rom)

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