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Vanuatu challenges the annexation of West Papua through the 1969 Act of Free Choice

Written By Voice Of Baptist Papua on June 21, 2010 | 1:16 AM

by lizryder

Please find attached Motion no: 2 of 2010, of the Parliament of the Republic of Vanuatu during the second Extraordinary session of 2010 in regard to West Papua.

The motion has been presented by the Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Hon. Edward Nipake Natapei, and seconded by the Leader of Opposition, Hon. Maxime Carlot Korman, and has received by-partisan support on the floor of the Parliament last night, Saturday, June 19, 2010, at 6.45 pm.

Vanuatu has now become the first state-sponsor to take up the West Papuan issue to the International Court of Justice to challenge the legality of the incorporation of West Papua into the Republic of Indonesia through the 1969 Act of Free Choice. If the ruling declares that the transfer of the territory is illegal, automatically West Papua will be re-listed as a colonial territory in the decolonization Committee without having to pass through the UNGA process.

I hereby wish to congratulate the people of West Papua, it’s leaders and all organizations fighting for the independence of West Papua. The day has come closer and let us thank God Almighty on this very Sunday morning, that He has never abandon His people. May He continues to guide us to the day we all will enter our new Canaan. this web

God Bless West Papua,
Andy Ayamiseba
WPNCL Vanuatu Mission

PARLEMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF VANUATU

SECOND EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF 2010

MOTION No. 2 of 2010

Presented by: Hon. Edward Nipake Natapei

Prime Minister and Member for Port Vila

Seconded by: Hon. Maxime Carlot Korman

Leader of the Opposition and Member for Port Vila

SUBJECT:

That Vanuatu transmit the Motion attached as Annex A to the Secretary General of the United Nations before or by the start of July 2010 for inclusion in the agenda of this year’s session of the General Assembly to be issued by his office on or around 16 July 2010.

Signatures:

Mover: ……………………………………………………..

Hon. Edward Nipake Natapei

Prime Minister and Member for Port Vila

Seconder: ………………………………………………….

Hon. Maxime Carlot Korman

Leader of the Opposition and Member for

Port Vila

Date: 19th June 2010.

Annex A

Agenda item for the 65th session of the

General Assembly of the United Nations.

Status of Indonesian administrated territories of New Guinea

The sovereign Republic of Vanuatu,

Requests support of the sixty fifth session of the General Assembly,

Mindful of the proclamation of the peoples of the world expressed by the Charter of the United Nations,

Conscious of the proclamations of the people of the former Netherlands New Guinea during and since August 1962 opposing the agreement sponsored by the United States of America between the Republic of Indonesia and the Kingdom of the Netherlands concerning West New Guinea (West Irian) / West Papua,

Recognizing the passionate yearning for freedom of speech acknowledged by the Kingdom of the Netherlands by raising the Morning Star flag on 1st December 1961, acknowledged by the opening of the New Guinea Council on 5 April 1961, and acknowledged by the holding of free elections during the month of January 1961,

Aware of questions regarding the legality of the agreement between the Republic of Indonesia and the Kingdom of the Netherlands raised by the people of West Papua and other good people, and

Convinced of the just cause to abolish slavery in other parts of the world;

Requests support of the sixty fifth session of the General Assembly of the United Nations for the International Court of Justice to provide an advisory opinion on the legality of the agreement between the Republic of Indonesia and the Kingdom of the Netherlands affecting the civil rights and lives of the people of West Papua.

And to this end, the sovereign Republic of Vanuatu proposes this question for the International Court of Justice:

Having regard for the principles for the abolishing of slavery, for the Declaration of Human Rights, for the Charter of the United Nations, and for resolutions 1514 and 1541 of the General Assembly of the United Nations;

We the members of the sixty fifth session of the General Assembly request advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice;

On the legality of the 1962 “Agreement between between the Republic of Indonesia and the Kingdom of the Netherlands concerning West New Guinea (West Irian / West Papua”,

On the legality of the act of the United Nations in exercising article twelve of the agreement,

On the legality of the licensing of a mining concession for a colonial possession,

On the legality of the conduct or effect of the 1969 “Act of Free Choice”, and on the current status of the territory in relation to principles four and five of resolution 1541 of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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