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Beware of Veronica Koman’s Provocation AboutThe Papuan Student Scholarship Integrity Pact

Beware of Veronica Koman’s Provocation AboutThe Papuan Student Scholarship Integrity Pact

by Achmad Faisal (Social and Political Observer) “Veronika Koman, is one of the instigators. Incitement is a criminal element included in the Criminal Code. Including participating in mobilizing,” – Chief of Papua Regional Police Inspector…

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Handling HIV / AIDS in the Middle of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Papua

Handling HIV / AIDS in the Middle of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Papua

by Pradnya Paramitha (Jurnalis) “The government remains focused on dealing with HIV / AIDS in addition to handling the Covid-19 outbreak. Handling HIV / AIDS. Handling HIV / AIDS is included in the national strategic…

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Papua is Absolute a Part of the Republic of Indonesia, Separatists No Need to Provoke Again

Papua is Absolute a Part of the Republic of Indonesia, Separatists No Need to Provoke Again

Ilustrasi, “Masysarakat mendukung penung Papua Bagian Dari NKRI, source: tabloidnusantara.com) By: Achmad F. (Social and Political Observer) Papua Ab Initio belongs to Indonesia. Pepera is the history of the integration of Papua into the Republic…

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Separatist Propaganda in Papua under the guise of a Civil Society

Separatist Propaganda in Papua under the guise of a Civil Society

If we look closely, a handful of these people organized themselves through several action committees moving through political diplomacy, both domestically and internationally. They are tied with the same goal, namely to garner support to…

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Referendum in Papua is not a solution

Referendum in Papua is not a solution

Papua has always been one of the most interesting studies to discuss in connection with the efforts of several elements there to ask for the independence of the easternmost province of Indonesia. It is interesting…

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For The Sake Of Welfare, The Government Strengthens Palm Oil Moratorium In Papua

For The Sake Of Welfare, The Government Strengthens Palm Oil Moratorium In Papua

By: Achmad F. (Social and Political Observer) (Pekerja memuat kelapa sawit ke dalam truk (Foto: AFP PHOTO / Adek Berry, source: kumparan.com) The government remains committed to protecting the land of Papua with policies that…

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Autonomous Village Program for a Better Life in Papua

Autonomous Village Program for a Better Life in Papua

In Papua, a village was previously called Desa, but since the Determination of Law Number 21 of 2001 regarding special autonomy for Papua Province, it is now called Kampong. Kampong is an area that consists…

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The implementation of Papua’s Special Autonomy is not dead yet: Responses to Pastor Socrates Yoman

The implementation of Papua’s Special Autonomy is not dead yet: Responses to Pastor Socrates Yoman

The existence of the Special Autonomy Law was caused by the very challenging problems in Papua. Over the last five decades. The government has shared ways, one of which is to open the autonomy approach…

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The rejection of the continuation of Special Autonomy by fifty-seven Papuan priests is inappropriate

The rejection of the continuation of Special Autonomy by fifty-seven Papuan priests is inappropriate

While continuing the Special Autonomy (Otsus) for Papua, I would like to comment on the statement of rejection of Otsus by 57 Papuan Catholic priests. Their coordinator, Pastor Alberto John Bunai said that 57 Pastors…

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Loyal to the Republic of Indonesia, They Are Papuans Who Have Become Indonesian National Heroes

Loyal to the Republic of Indonesia, They Are Papuans Who Have Become Indonesian National Heroes

By: Achmad F. (Writer/Former National Media Journalist) Frans called on the people of the West Irian region to support the integration of the West Irian region into the bosom of the Unitary State of the…

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