Big prison, little prison
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zondag 01 september 2013 07:36

Stories from Papua’s political prisoners show life at the edge of freedom

Ap Inyerop in Inside Indonesia 113 july-september

1inyeropYusak, during one of his spells of imprisonment - Private

Otto is sitting in his cell in Abepura prison. It is early evening, and he is drinking coffee and discussing politics with his cellmates. None of them have much energy as the prison diet of low-grade rice and stewed leaves is poor. Otto is reading a book about social change, which has been smuggled in by friends. Books are treated with great suspicion by prison authorities and are hard to come by inside, so this one is cherished. He is beginning it for the third time, hoping to find some hint of a way out, not just of the ‘little prison’ in which he finds himself, but also of the ‘big prison’, which is how many Papuans now view their homeland. Otto and his friends are not robbers or murderers; they are political leaders who have peacefully challenged the Indonesian government.

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TVPapua News of july 2013
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donderdag 29 augustus 2013 06:11


Gepubliceerd op7 aug 2013

- International Solidarity campaigns
- Foreign pressure on Indonesia
- Peacefull protests across West Papua

TVPapua News of june 2013
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zaterdag 06 juli 2013 20:29
    TV Papua news of june 2013: With this time: Police awarded for human rights violations KNPB leader Buchtar Tabuni tortured during arrest MelanesianSpreaHeadGroup discuss west papua full membership application The FreedomFlotilla holds Original NAtions Passports Ceremony Indonesian pressure on the UK and Australia BennyWenda continues international freedom tour in The Netherlands PapuaNL greets NewGuinea veterans
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