Wednesday, June 7, 2017

1) CHAIRMAN OF DPRP: CUSTOMARY LAND OWNERS SHOULD BE RESPECTED

2) The trial ‘Bible burning’ case will be conducted openly 
3) ’BIBLE-BURNING’ CASE, GOVERNOR: CHURCH IS WAITING TNI SETTLEMENT
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1) CHAIRMAN OF DPRP: CUSTOMARY LAND OWNERS SHOULD BE RESPECTED

                             Ilustration of customary land conversation into rice field in Lagari, Nabire Regency – IST

Jayapura, Jubi – Speaker of the Papua House, Yunus Wonda said that the plan to build any public facilities, housing and houses of worship, should respect the community customary owners. That customary land must be released to avoud problem in the future.
“The location must be ascertained whether it is customary and certified, whether it will build a church, mosque or housing,” Wonda said Saturday (June 3) in Kampung Benyom Jaya I, Nimbokrang, Jayapura District.
According to him, Papua Provincial Government and Papuan People’s Legislative Assembly will only assist the construction of decent housing for the community if the land is not problematic, it also apllied to construction of houses of worship.
“However, if the land has its customary owner, we must respect them, we cannot claim it, there must be a customary release,” he said.
Indigenous people in one region or region must be respected. They are customary owners. Eventhough some people have live in certain place for quite sometime, they cannot claim they are entitled to land in a location. It should be clear whether there is a waiver of customary rights, land compensation and others.
Wonda said his visitation and assistance in the region had nothing to do with politics. He said the area was not a voting area. He got a vote from the mountainous region of Papua on the last election. But as Speaker of the Papua House, he has responsibility to check Papuan people condition everywhere.(*)



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 2) The trial ‘Bible burning’ case will be conducted openly 

Jayapura, Jubi – Regional Territorial Commander (Pangdam) XVII of Cenderawasih Maj. Gen. George Elnadus Supit reaffirms his commitment to investigate the soldiers who burned garbage while cleaning Korem 172 / PWY dormitory which accidentaly burnt Bible on May 25.
The alleged Bible burning led to mob that resulted five people injured, including the Jayapura City Police Chief.
“We are still checking the Bible-burning case. Please give me some time. Hopefully at least next week we can finish it. I once promise it would be finishef in one week but it is seem we need more time,” said Commander in the State House of Papua Province, Saturday (June 3).

Regarding whether it was really a Bible or religious book, Pangdam emphasizes the importance of presumption of innocence.
“As I said before, we suspect it is not intentional. There is no element of deliberation to burns the Bible,” explained the Commander.
Currently the process of inquiry is still ongoing. The Commander of the Armed Forces mentioned one member of the TNI is detained and several witnesses examined, including several students and pastors.
Whatever the outcome, the Commander said it will be publicly announced. And the court process will be conducted openly. This open trial is conducted as a responce to the pressure of society. As well as to anticipate there should be no conflict or further acts of violence if later proven unscrupulous members of the TNI play a role in causing the burning-Bible.
“I will take my position down if I do not process this case correctly,” promises the Commander. He appealed to the people of Papua, especially in Jayapura City to not easily believe issues that are not true.
“Trust everything on legal process,” Pangdam appealed.
In addition to Jayapura Town Police Chief and his aide, three civilians were wounded by TNI bullet fire that broke up the mobs at the time. Victor Pulanda, former defender of Persipura was shot in the back, while Edi Siep and Alvian Ukago got shot in the leg.(*)
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3) ’BIBLE-BURNING’ CASE, GOVERNOR: CHURCH IS WAITING TNI SETTLEMENT

Jayapura, Jubi – Papua Governor Lukas Enembe said entire churches in Papua are waiting for the investigation of legal settlement process in the case of bible-burning in Korem 172 / PWY dormitory on 25 May.
“The church is waiting for a settlement by the TNI. I ask the Commander to immediately process the persons involved and be punished based on his actions,” said Governor Enembe at the State House of Papua Province to Commander XVII Cenderawasih, Saturday (June 3).
Governor Enembe asserted that all churches and Christians in Papua are waiting for TNI move in solving the case.

“Although the native Papuans and Christians love other humans, the case must be resolved. In order for not becoming further question for Papuans and other Christians, “explained Enembe.
Furthermore, Governor Enembe asked for parties within the TNI institution do not hamper the legal settlement process of this case. The trial process should be done immediately and openly.
” I hope the military do not hinder. The legal process must go according to the rules,” said Governor Enembe.
Pangdam XVII Cenderawasih on the same occasion confirmed his commitment to resolve the case mentioned by the Governor.
“I put my position on risk for it if I do not process the case correctly,” promises the Commander.
He appealed to the people of Papua, especially in Jayapura City to not easily believe in issues that are not true.
“Trust everything on the legal process,” Pangdam appealed.
Whatever the outcome will be, the Commander will be publicly announced. And when the court process is done, it will be done openly in response to community inquiries. (*)
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