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INDONESIA : Civil Society Report on the Implementation of the Centre for Civil and Political Rights (CCPR)

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(CCPR/C/IND/Q/1) - 108th
Session of the Human Rights Committee Geneva June 2013

I. Introduction
  1. This joint report is prepared by Indonesia’s NGO Coalition on International Human Rights Advocacy (HRWG) with Arus Pelangi, Ardhanary Institute, Wahid Institute, Kalyanamitra, ICJR, KRHN, CDS, PBHI, KPI, Elsam, Jakarta Legal Aid, AMAN, ILRC, Sejiwa, Imparsial, Women’
  2. Solidarity, ICRP, Gaya Nusantara and The Community Legal Aid Institute . This report is prepared with the support of the Centre for Civil and Political Rights (CCPR Centre)
  3. Report for the situation of Papua, made by Franciscans International, TAPOL, KontraS, International Coalition for Papua and Asian Commission on Human 
Relevant Information on West Papua

Number 54-58 Report About West Papua Human Rights
54. Three Papuans during the 3rd Papuan Congress, namely Mr. Daniel Kadepa (30), Mr.Maks  euw (37) and Mr. Yakop Samonsabra (37) were killed by the security forces. The victims worked as security guards (PETAPA) at the event. Daniel Kadepa was hit by bullets in the back of his head and his chest; Maks Yeuw died as the result of two bullets hitting his chest and stomach; and Yacob Samonsabra’s was hit in the head by a bullet. All three bodies were found behind a nearby military base in Abepura (Korem Abepura).

55. According to the report of Human Rights in West Papua 2013, by the International Coalition for Human Rights and Peace for Papua, Indonesian security personnel were involved in the killing of Mr. Terjoli Weya (23) on the 1st of May 2012 during a protest organised by a pro independe nt organisation KNPB at Taman Imbi. On May 15, 2012, Melianus Kegepe (23) was shot by police special forces (Brimob) in a billiard bar at the Degeuwo 45 (Paniai regency) illegal gold panning site, reportedly as a result of an argument between four of his tribes men and the bar’s owner. On June 6, 2012, Elinus Yoman (27) was killed by members of military Battalion Yonif 756 Wimane Sili in Honelama village, West of Wamena, during a violent act of revenge. The retaliation happened after two members of Batta lion 756 had crashed into a child on a motor cycle at Honelama village, and one of them was stabbed to death and the other one was
injured. On June 4, 2012, Yesa Mirin (22), Fanuel Tablo (29) and Tanius Kalakmabin (20) were killed by the police force when the police forcefully dispersed a KNPB protest at Harapan village, near Sentani city. Yesa Mirin was hit and killed by a bullet to the lower back as he tried to escape from the approaching security forces. His family also reported that he had wounds all over his body, which appeared to have been caused by beatings after the arrest. Fanuel Tablo died on June 6, 2012, of blood loss due to a bullet wound to the back of his head. Tanius Kalakmabin reportedly died of his injuries at the Yowari public hospital in Sentani after having been shot.
56. On June 14, 2012, Musa Mako Tabuni (30), the vice chairman of the pro independence organization KNPB, was killed by police special forces in Waena, a suburban area of Jayapura, as he tried to run from the Special Forces, who were trying to arrest him. It was reported that Mako Tabuni repeatedly asked the officers to show him a warrant during the arrest. Witnesses reported that the Special Forces shot Mr. Tabuni in his right thigh as he tried to escape.

57. On November 4, 2012, the dead body of Paul Horis and heavily injured Klismon Woi were found on the FakFak river bank in FakFak regency. Klismon Woi died of his injuries two days later (November 6, 2012) in FakFak public hospital. The autopsy revealed that Paul Horis had died as the result of a big hole on the top of his head and a broken neck.

Klismon Woi was admitted with a ruptured spleen and severe bruises on the head, legs and ribs. Both activists were leading members of the KNPB pro independence organization. They had been riding a motorbike before the incident happened, which was found undamaged at the site of crime.

58. On December 16, 2012, Hubertus Mabel (30), the leader of the KNPB’s militant wing, was killed by the anti terrorist Special Forces Detachment 88 close to Habusa Village, near Wamena. At the end of December 2012, members of the Indonesian military reportedly shot at seven Papuan fishermen near Papan Island, in the Raja Ampat archipelago, killing La Tula (13), La Nuni (55), La Jake (30) and La Edi (20). Three other fishermen, La Amu (20), La Udin (30) and La Self (20), were seriously wounded by gunshots. The perpetrators then reportedly tried to get rid of the bodies of the four victims, which had been under water for almost a week when they were found. It is un clear why the men were .


The State Party should:

1) Reduce the number of military forces deployed in Papua and ensure the compliance by the security forces with Indonesia’s obligations under international human rights laws and standards
2) Develop independent and effective complaint mechanisms for victims concerning human rights violations by the security forces, which can ensure follow up, independent investigations and rosecutions of perpetrators and provide adequate remedies to victims
3) Ensure that the National Police applies effective oversight of the provincial police in Papua and ensure that residents of Papua can enjoy a high standard of law enforcement. For this, negligence and corruption within the police should be addressed with serious sanctions and criminal procedures where applicable.
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Full Report : CCPR-Centre PDF
Report All For State Indonesia : CCP-Report

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