Answering The Allegation of Human Rights National Commission's Member about Trans-Papua Highway

Natalie Pigai

Previously, there was an allegation of public deception about the development of Trans-Papua Highway that was expressed by a member of Papuan Human Rights National Commission (Komnas HAM Papua), Natalius Pigai. Commissioner of Komnas HAM, Natalius Pigai, said that Indonesian government under President Jokowi had conducted a public deception regarding the development of Trans-Papua Highway and the government had to prove the development of Trans-Papua Highway, delivering the design construction of roads and bridges as well as the absorption of Trans-Papua Highway to Human Rights National Commission to be aware.

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Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR).
The release of Ministry of PUPR explains, a total of 11 main roads into Trans-Papua Highway stretches from Sorong to Merauke with details of seven roads in Papua and four roads in West Papua. Last week, Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) team has arrived in Papua to observe the progress of Trans-Papua road constructions that need to keep on guard. Executive Head of National Road 27 West Papua, Director General of Highways, Yohanis Tulak, admitted that this time has been a lot of changes in Trans-Papua Highway. The mobilization of Papuans to perform activities is also helped. In addition to Trans Sorong-Manokwari Highway, Ministry of PUPR team has seen the condition of roads in Papuan mountains, which are often become the target of terror by armed criminal groups.
In early February, Trans-Papua Highway has been reviewed directly by Commander of the Armed Forces, Gatot Nurmantyo, and recognized the physical condition of roads has been formed.
Just how the government's task to complete the rest as the construction of bridges and the asphalting of these roads.
The overall development of Trans-Papua Highway is one of President Jokowi's priority programs in suppressing the high cost of living in Papua and West Papua. If Trans-Papua Highway is finished, it is expected that the distribution of goods to hardest districts can be reached by landline.

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