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Wapres Boediono; mengakui harus ada langkah khusus untuk West Papua

Written By Voice Of Baptist Papua on March 8, 2011 | 8:40 AM

NDONESIA'S Vice-President has flagged a drive for reconciliation with the troubled region of West Papua, revealing plans to create a agency to facilitate talks with disaffected Papuans.
''There is room for improvement. That's why the President asked me to look into what can be done in this area,'' said Dr Boediono, who arrives in Australia today for a visit to Perth and Canberra.
In an interview with The Age, the Vice-President conceded the central government needed to move beyond its usual preoccupation with economic development and develop policies for West Papua.
West Papua, a resource-rich region in eastern Indonesia, has an indigenous Melanesian population racked by poverty and increasingly swamped by migrants from others parts of Indonesia.
Separatist sentiment simmers amid a low-level insurgency by poorly equipped insurgents and frequent allegations of human rights abuses by security forces.
West Papuan groups, including its major churches and elected Papuan Peoples Assembly, want a formal dialogue ''without condition'' with the central government and a renegotiation of West Papua's special autonomy deal, introduced in 2001 but widely seen as a failure.
However, Dr Boediono rejected such a ''bilateral'' dialogue, saying that multiparty ''communications'' would be better facilitated by a newly introduced agency.
He said a proposal was being formulated for ''some kind of institution that will be there on the spot, that will look at all the co-ordination and communication and implementation as well''.
It is hoped that the agency would be created this year after a special decree by Indonesia's President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
Representatives from Papuan civil society groups, local government and the central government would be embedded in the agency on an ''ongoing'' basis as it formulates policies and development programs.
International donors would be welcome to contribute aid money, but not to play a mediation role as happened in Aceh in 2005 when a peace accord was forged to end decades of separatist insurgency.
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