Leave West Papua Issue Alon: Faisi

theislandsun.com – THE Leader of Free West Papua Movement in Solomon Islands has called on political parties to leave West Papua issue alone.

Speaking to this paper, Mr Samson Faisi said it is disappointing to see a National Leader use West Papua as a reason to topple Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare.

He pointed out that there are many important reasons the political parties put to represent their point but not West Papua.

Mr Faisi said Political Parties should find arguments on failed party policies the current government fail to deliver as their base of argument.

He strongly condemn Sir Nathaniel Waena’s statement in the paper yesterday to support the call for the Prime Minister to step down.

“Leave West Papua out of the political issue, West Papua issue deals with human safety and freedom as a human being we should think again.

“It is disappointing to see national leaders acting childish,” Mr Faisi said.

He said he is also an active member of a Political Party and that such statement not only shame but also cause embracement on the country.

Mr Faisi said the West Papua issues is dealing with safety and freedom of humanity and that leaders should see the real issue rather than talking nonsense.

He said seven countries in the Pacific are behind the fight to free West Papua and it is a shame for Solomon Islands to pick on West Papua as scapegoat in the current Political uphill.

Meanwhile Mr Faisi salutes Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare for his support toward West Papua.

Leave West Papua Issue Alon: Faisi was originally published on PAPUAPost.com


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