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Question: Where is West Papua?

Answer:

  1. West Papua is the western half of the Isle of New Guinea.
  2. New Guinea Island is located on the North of Australia, below the Republic of the Philippines and the Republic of Palau, East of Indonesian Archipelago that spans from Sumatra to Moluccas Archipelago.
  3. Previously called Dutch New Guinea by the Dutch colonial power, then West Irian and Irian Jaya by Indonesian colonial power, and currently it is called Papua and Papua Barat Provinces by the Indonesian colonial government.

Pertanyaan Rakyat kepada Ketua West Papua Parliament dan Jawaban West Papua Country

Tugas pokok saya sebagai Ketua Parlemen West Papua (West Papua Parliament) ialah merumuskan, menggodok dan mensahkan Undang-Undang Dasar maupun Undang-Undang serta peraturan lainnya dalam pemerintah West Papua.
Mogok sipil nasional tidak masuk dalam agenda ULMWP. Oleh karena itu rakyat Papua perlu mencaritahu siapa pendorong suatu agenda dan mempertanyakan kepada pihak-pihak yang tepat.

 

 

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