Kontras will Report to Komnas on Human Rights Violations in Papua

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Kontras will Report to Komnas on Human Rights Violations in Papua

KontraS Coordinator Fatia Maulidiyanti will report the findings of the alleged business conflict in Papua in Intan Jaya to the National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM). This was conveyed after Fatia underwent a clarification examination at the Polda Metro Jaya.

“We also continue to encourage Komnas HAM as the party that can give pressure to the state to carry out further investigations related to the situation of human rights violations and the environmental situation in Intan Jaya,” said Fatia, when met by Polda Metro Jaya, South Jakarta, Tuesday (23/11). ).

Then for theĀ  lleged EIA violations in the Wabu Intan Jaya block, Fatia said, his party will encourage the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) to examine the matter. He hoped that Komnas HAM would go directly to Papua to investigate the findings related to the research findings of nine organizations regarding the conflict business in the land.

“When there is a situation like this, we can open clarification with other data or come to Papua and also help the Papuan people and provide justice and human rights for the Papuan people,” said Fatia.

 

Meanwhile, regarding the defamation case reported by the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan (LBP), Fatia does not question if this case goes to court. In fact, by bringing him to court, the public will know what the problem is.

 

“Yes, it doesn’t matter, the court can be a space, so that the public can know as much as possible about the situation in Papua,” said Fatia at the Metro Jaya Police Headquarters, South Jakarta, Tuesday (23/11).

 

Dressed in white, Fatia was present at the Directorate General of Criminal Investigation (Ditreskrimum) of the Polda Metro Jaya at 10.35 WIB accompanied by a team of attorneys. Meanwhile, the other reported party, Director of Lokataru Haris Azhar, was questioned by investigators on Monday (22/11).

 

According to Fatia, the court will be more fair and open. It is in court that people can see that many businesses in Papua have turned into human rights violations. Starting from small children can become victims of shootings, and the increasing number of internally displaced persons.

 

“Until now the state has not provided justice and actions related to the violations committed,” Fatia complained.