Prominent Fighters Pepera Assert Papua Part NKRI

Tokoh Pejuang Pepera Tegaskan Papua Bagian NKRI 

SENTANI - 1969 Ramses Ohee and the President Lenis Kogoya Special Staff and indigenous leaders in seven indigenous regions of Papua affirm the existence of Papua as part of NKRI is final. And, there is no celebration of December 1 as Papuan Independence.

Ramses Ohee in a press conference at the Sentani Traditional Hall of Sentani in Sentani, Jayapura district, Tuesday (28/11/2017) afternoon said, Pepera 1969 is the result of agreement from indigenous Papuan leaders at that time.


"There are about a thousand more indigenous Papuans from the beaches, valleys and mountains in the Pepera 69, including me, and then the results of the Pepera are brought to the UN then passed, and this means that the final, we are already free," Ramses Ohee said on Tuesday (11/28/2017).Therefore, he asked various parties who want to reverse the history to stop and recognize the sovereignty of NKRI. "Respect the struggle of our parents, they have planted the seed and the fruit of independence of the Republic of Indonesia, so do not be tinkered again," he said.He also asserted that December 1 is not Day Papua Merdeka. "December 1, there is nothing, even a day of integration for Papua to join Indonesia, not continue to serve as Papua's Independence Day," he said.


Lenis Kogoya on the same occasion questioned the security surge ahead of December 1 in Papua. According to him, there are parties who deliberately make the issue sticking out to the public."We are starting to appear turbulent, and we ask as Papuan traditional figures, whether seasonal, or ideology, or make-up, the question who made it?"According to him, the President has been striving for development in Papua, including Otsus that poured into Papua. "I am with Mr. Jokowi to enter the inland areas of Papua, including to the base (KKB, red) in Nduga and Puncak Jaya, that we do for the equitable distribution of education and health," he said.


A press conference was concluded with a statement of stance read by Martinus Marware, the chairman of the Jayapura District Customary Council, among whom he denied the date of 1 December as Papua Independence Day or TPN-OPM Day and declared that on 1 May 1963 as' 'into the lap of the motherland of NKRI and let that date be applied as a holiday for all of Papua.


 

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