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6 Jul 2010

Indonesia/West Papua: Papuans want a negotiated solution


Pacific Scoop:
Analysis – By Neles Tebay.
On Friday, June 17 2010, the indigenous Papuans – through the Papuan Provincial Legislative Council (DPRP) – handed symbolically back to the Indonesian Government, law 21/2001 on Special Autonomy. It should be understood as an element in the ongoing discussions about dialogue between the Indonesian government and the Papuans.
It should neither be dismissed as an irrational act, nor should it lead to the conclusion that referendum and independence are the ultimate goals. It is a cry to be taken seriously: the Papuans are waiting for dialogue to produce a negotiated solution.
Why did the Papuans hand back the law to the government?
Lack of Ownership
Law number 21/2001 on Special Autonomy for Papua Province was offered by the Indonesian Government, as the best and most realistic solution to the Papua conflict. Internationally, it was recognized as a win-win solution, preserving on the one hand Indonesia’s territorial integrity, advancing and safeguarding the needs of Papuans on the other hand. The policy of Papua autonomy was at the time strongly supported by the European Union (EU), the government of the United State of America (USA), and the state members of the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF). Selanjutnya....

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