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President Widodo Did Not Discuss Human Rights Violation During Papua’s Visit | West Papua No.1 News Portal

8.1.16

President Widodo Did Not Discuss Human Rights Violation During Papua’s Visit | West Papua No.1 News Portal: Djonga, the religious leader in the Papua Central Highlands, said the president’s visit on 30 December failed to live up to his promise during his previous visit for campaigning in Papua to tackle rifgts issues.

“He talked about the development and infrastructure issues as promised and it was discussed during his visit in Wamena and other locations. I highly appreciate that he was very eager to build and develop Papua, but a little disappointed because he didn’t address the human right violations that occurred in Papua,” Father Djonga told reporters in Wamena on Tuesday (5/1/2015).


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