Cannot be Disturbed by Lawsuit, Chairman of the Papuan Indigenous Youth Confirms NKRI is Final

Cannot be Disturbed by Lawsuit, Chairman of the Papuan Indigenous Youth Confirms NKRI is Final

May 1, 2020 is the 57th anniversary of the entry of integral Papua into the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI). Besides being called integration day, several different groups refer to May 1 as the day of annexation of Papua.

Papua Indigenous Youth Chief (PAP) Yan Christian Arebo accompanied by Deputy Chairwoman Marianus Komanik along with Youth Mandala Trikora Papua, Ali Kabiyai when holding a press conference in Abepura, Jayapura rejected the designation of an anecation, and emphasized that Papua was the final part of the Homeland.

Yan Christian Arebo asked residents not to be provoked by those who wanted to heat up the situation on the status of Papua. "Let's think positively, we still respect the religious community who are currently practicing fasting. So I ask the whole community that in commemoration of May 1, 1969, there should be no movements that conflict with the principles of the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia," he said, Thursday (4/30/2020).

Moreover, currently the COVID-19 pandemic suggested by the government to stay at home together and maintain social distancing. "There should be no fuss because we are currently faced with a COVID-19 pandemic, in which the government is intensively advising us to stay at home, wash our hands before and after activities, conduct social distencing and physical distancing, and wear masks "If there is a need outside the home. So it has not been questioned on May 1, because it is final," he said.

While Ali Kabiyai firmly said there was no annexation. While there is integration through the 1969 Act by Papuan fighters and predecessors. "I emphasize that Indonesia does not annex Papua. Papua is legitimate within the framework of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia. Let us together unite to develop a more dignified, more moral person within the frame of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia. Let us equally love each other between fellow ethnic groups in Papua, because Papua is a barometer of diversity in Indonesia, "he said.

He also expressed his gratitude for the performance of the TNI / Polri who had distributed donation of sambako and food ingredients to the communities affected by the limitation of activities due to COVID-19.

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