2) They asked the UN to hand in hand to Deiyai case
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2) They asked the UN to hand in hand to Deiyai case
AKBP. Stefanus Adii, perwaklian Polda Papua and Kapolisek Tigi, IPTU. Ferry M. Mahue when signing the petition for expulsion of PT. Son of Dewa Paniai and Brimob on peaceful action at Deiyai Parliament House yard, Monday (21/8/2017) - Jubi / Abeth You
Deiyai, Jubi - Deiyai People's Solidarity for People's Deity (SPKRD) at the Deiyai Parliamentary Office's courtyard, Monday (21/8/2017) read a letter addressed to the President of the United Nations Human Rights Commission (United Nations Human Rights Council) UN) in Geneva, Switzerland.
The letter was made in connection with the shooting case at Deiyai on August 1, 2017 which killed Yulianus Pigai (30) and injured 16 others. With the case of the shootings, in his letter the SPKRD would object to the statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Retno Marsudi and Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Yasonna H.Laoly before the UPR (Universal Periodic Report) UN Human Rights Council on 3 May 2017 related to the handling of violations Human rights in Indonesia are claimed to be good.
"The Honorable President of the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations (UN), with all the regrets of our families of the victims of the Deaih Bloody Case, August 1, 2017 in the village of Oneibo, Tigi District humbled to come before You in connection with the Indonesian national report, Related commitments to handling human rights violations as presented by the Indonesian Foreign Minister and the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, "said Yulianus Mote on the sidelines of the peaceful actions of thousands of Deiyai communities on Monday (21/8).
Yulianus continued the fact that after the Foreign Minister and the Minister of Justice and Human Rights submitted his commitments before the UPR forum, "two months later on 1 August 2017, members of the Brimob Polda Papua fired 17 civilians in Deiyai district, Papua," he said.
For that, they presented three key requests to the UN Human Rights Council. First, it urged the UN to form a Human Rights Findings team in Papua, including shooting at Oneibo, Deiyai; Urged the United Nations to urge the Indonesian Government to open access to foreign journalists and international human rights institutions to free access to Papua and West Papua; As well as an open and dignified dialogue between the Government of Indonesia and victims of human rights violations in Papua, especially the Meepago customary areas mediated by neutral third parties.
The letter was signed by SPKRD, Yulianus Mote and the families of victims, as well as adat leaders, religious leaders, women, youth, students, DPRDs and Deiyai District Government addressed to members of the UN Human Rights Council, the President of the Republic of Indonesia, the Chief of Police, Minister of Justice and Human Rights in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, KOMPOLNAS and KOMNAS HAM of the Republic of Indonesia.
In the meantime, August 15, 2017, the International Coalition for Papua (ICP), a religious-based international coalition and inter-agency non-governmental human rights agency, has also urged the United Nations Human Rights Council to take action on shooting cases at Deiyai.
The ICP calls for special attention to the Special Rapporteur (special rapporteur) of a quick execution, unilateral outside the court, Agnes Callamard; Special Rapporteur for cruel and inhumane treatment, Nils Melzer; Special Rapporteur on indigenous rights, Victoria Tauli Corpuz and the Special Rapporteur on minority issues, Fernand de Varennes RP, Doyen.
"As a religious-based coalition and non-governmental organizations with a focus on human rights, we are not sure the case of Oneibo's shootings will be processed in accordance with international human rights standards, as has been the case in most cases of human rights abuses in Papua before," said ICP in the application Dated August 15, 2017 which was released through his official website.
Therefore, the ICP urges the United Nations to hold talks on the case with the Indonesian government, to emphasize the fulfillment of the right to life as an obligation of the member state of the ICESCR (International Conventions on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights) which must respect, protect and fulfill all rights And the freedom set forth in the agreement.
In particular ICP urges the Human Rights Council to ensure the Oneibo case is resolved by meeting international and national human rights standards, including the convictions of perpetrators in a fair trial. They also requested that the performance of KOMNAS HAM RI be reviewed, particularly in relation to the handling of cases of past human rights violations that have been stopped at the Attorney General's Office.
The ICP also called for Papua to be opened to international human rights organizations, journalists and international observers, including inviting Special Rapporteurs on Rapid and Out-of-court executions, the Special Rapporteurs on the rights of indigenous peoples and cruel and inhumane treatment to visit Indonesia Papua (*)