Indonesia Will Convey West Papuan Developments in Geneva

Universal Periodic Review (UPR) will be held in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 3rd, 2017. Minister of Foreign Affairs (Retno Marsudi) and Minister of Justice and Human Rights (Yassona Laoly) will be estimated to attend it.
"We will explain about the report that we have made for months about human rights development in Indonesia at this time," said General Director of Multilateral Foreign Affairs, Hasan Kleib, in Jakarta, on Wednesday, March 29th, 2017.
"We do not blindfold on recommendations and challenges that exist. Sometimes, there are human rights advances that do not exist in the recommendations but we have already done, such as when UPR was held in 2012," he continued.

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For now, United Nations (UN) should receive three reports, a report from Indonesia, Non-govermental Organizations (NGOs) or UN Civil Society Network (CSO Net), and UN agency.
In 2012, there were 180 recommendations but Indonesia accepted 150 recommendations and rejected 30 recommendations. However, from 30 recommendations which were rejected, some of those have been implemented in Indonesia, such as opening access of journalists to West Papua.
"If journalists come into Papua (West Papua) to see inequality and provide advice, it will be okay. But if they do the impulses to Pacific countries, we will obviously oppose it," said Hasan.

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In the matter of West Papua at Universal Periodic Review, Indonesia will present current developments that have occurred in Papua and West Papua province.
"There is still rudimentary. We obviously receive any advice, try to see through the eyes at this time, not in the past. We can not receive if they talk about separatism in Papua (West Papua)," he said again.
"If they talk about the welfare and development in Papua (West Papua), obviously we receive their advice" he said.
For UPR which will be held two months later, Hasan explained that Bangladesh, Belgium, and Ecuador would be three Troika to Indonesia.
"They will record the recommendations for Indonesia and convey it all to Human Rights Council. The next day, we will go to the Human Rights Council to convey what we receive and what we reject," he concluded.

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