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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 - 03:35 WIB

TWO ACTIVISTS ARE STILL INVESTIGATED BY THE POLICE, OTHER 41 ACTIVISTS ASK THEIR FELLOW TO BE RELEASED UNCONDITIONALLY

West Papua activist in Police Office (Jubi)

West Papua activist in Police Office (Jubi)

West Papua activist in Police Office (Jubi)

West Papua activist in Police Office (Jubi)

Jayapura, 13 / 01 (Jubi) – Two detained activists by police on demonstration action in front of DPRP office are still investigated for information , while other 41 activists are also still waiting at Jayapura police station.

First Chairman of the National Committee of West Papua (KNPB), Kosay Agus explained to journalists at Jayapura police station this afternoon said that the presence of himself with dozens of other fellow activists for requesting Markus Haluk as Secretary General of the Association of Student Central Mountains of Papua – Indonesia (AMPTPI) and Ucak Logo, chairman of KNPB’s intelligence commissioner to be released unconditionally .

“We will be waiting here for both of them to be freed, because they are being questioned by police . We also have the same process , so we have to wait until the next process then we move out. All of us are here, 41 people still waiting outside of the Jayapura police station because Markus is still detained. ” said Agus , Monday (13/01).

In separated location, Police Chief of Jayapura City answered related to the arrest of the activists explained that they only ask for information . “They were sent to Jayapura police station (Mapolres) because they were close to DPRP location and they are here for information,” said Alfred, Monday (13/01).

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Meanwhile, Head of the Papua Police spokesman said that they are arrested because of the group ‘s Markus Haluk delivered the aspirations in public without police notification .
“Viewing from article 10 of Law 1998, who wants to deliver opinions must notify the police three days earlier and when Markus Haluk arrested, others also want to come to Mapolres too after asked,” said Pudjo. (Jubi/Indrayadi TH/Tina)

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