Komisioner of NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, Natalius Pigay (Jubi)


Komisioner of NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, Natalius Pigay (Jubi)

Komisioner of NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, Natalius Pigay (Jubi)

Jayapura, 08/001 (Jubi) – National Human Rights Commission of Indonesian Republic asked the police to investigate the shooting towards the civilian and not to politicize this case.
The Commissionaire of the National Human Rights Commission of Indonesian Republic, Mr. Natalius Pigay, emphasized this statement to the reporters via his cellphone. Further he said the investigation must be investigated completely in order to find the intellectual actor behind the shooting and also the executor. He also regrets about the shooting as the victim was also looking for a decent life and then being ruined.

“This case was purely a case of criminal, so it is the police’s responsible and they must to make a complete investigation on this case.  Do not politicize the case. If it were politicized it would be difficult to find the actor, and it’s not fair to the victim’s family,” said Pigay, Wednesday (08/01).

In line with this statement, the Chairman of KKSS (Kerukunan Keluarga Sulawesi Selatan / Communion of South Sulawesi) of Province Papua, DR. Mansur, questioned about the repeated cases of shooting in District of Puncak Jaya, where the victims mostly were the civilians. He condemned those shooting that taking many lives of the civilians and asked for the firmly act from the police.

“Let us not be considered that it is the negligent of the police officers or the ignorance of the local government. Therefore, up to now we need to act decisively to take a legal action. I think that is our goal as a state of law,” said Mansur.


If it could not be resolved, continued Mansur, he will meet the police chief and commander for questioning what the problem is so it can nor be resolved. He kept wondering that every time there is no solution for every victim.

“We have a commitment to resolve this issue. And this is not a new issue, cause it drags on. Whether the victims are the army, police officer or the civilians. And the saddest thing is that the civilian who does not know anything turns to be a victim,” he said.

When it is mentioned about the human rights violation, Mansur stated that it is the human rights violation. “Yes, it the human rights violation. The National Human Right Commission should be speak not only for the Papuans. The citizens of this republic should be treated in the same way. In the near future we will send a letter to the National Human Rights Commission. If there was a death victim like this, who should be responsible?” he complained. (Jubi / Indrayadi TH/P. Maizier)

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