RNZ – Solomon Islands has again called on Indonesia to cooperate with the United Nations Human Rights Council to allow a UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression to visit its Papua region.
A march through the streets of Honiara in support of West Papua‘s bid to join the MSG. Photo: Supplied
The call was made by a Solomons official Barrett Salato at the Human Rights Council Meeting in Geneva.
Mr Salato said there was a worrying trend by member states resisting human rights scrutiny by the Council.
A march through the streets of Honiara in support of West Papua‘s bid for MSG membership Photo: Supplied
He said some large democracies professed to uphold universal human rights values but evaded scrutiny of their domestic practices by claiming non-interference in their sovereign affairs.
Mr Salato said Solomon Islands had consistently raised its concerns about human rights violations in West Papua and called for independent investigations of the reports.
Solomons urges Indonesia to allow Papua scrutiny was originally published on PAPUAPost.com
After the West Papua National Parliament (WPNP) passed the West Papua Revolution Constitution (WPRC) as the legal foundation for leading Paupans towards the independence of the Republic of West Papua on 19 September 2016, according to the Constitution Article 58, “The Official Language of the Revolution is Tok PIsion”. therefore, PMNews will begin to broadcast its news bulletins and updates in Tok Pisin.
The focus of PMNews articles will be in Tok Pisin as the Revolution Language of West Papua, and English language will be used for international politics and diplomacy and for legal documents as it is a reality among Melanesian nation-states: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji.
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Setelah PNWP mensahkan Undang-Undang Revolusi West Papua (UURWP) sebagai dasar hukum untuk mengantar perjuangan bangsa Papua kepada kemerdekaan Republik West Papua pada tanggal 19 September 2016, maka sebagai konsekuensi logis, sesuai Pasal 58. UURWP yang berbunyi: “Bahasa Resmi Negara ialah Tok Pisin”, maka pemberitaan PMNews selanjutnya akan difokuskan kepada Bahasa Nasional Sementara Negara West Papua, yaitu Tok Pisin.
Dengan demikian maka dalam pemberitaan PMNews ke depan akan difokuskan menggunakan Bahasa Revolusi West Papua, yaitu Tok Pisin, dengan bahasa pergaulan internasional: Bahasa Inggris, sebagaimana berlaku di negara-negara Melanesia: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu dan Fiji.
UURWP: Pasal 58. Bahasa Resmi Negara ialah Tok Pisin was originally published on PAPUAPost.com