He was speaking on the occasion of the council’s seventh anniversary, on 31 October.
‘I would like to say that these communications are very important. Sitting together with indigenous groups can achieve a great deal in everyone’s interests, including the indigenous Papuan people, the Papuan community in general and Indonesia as a whole.’
He said that he recognises that collaboration with executive and legislative bodies is a way for the executive to be made aware of the complaints of the indigenous group, the women’s group and the religious group in the MRP. The MRP had undertaken efforts of this nature with women’s…
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