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Anticipation July 1 in Mimika Police Intelligence Coverage

1) Anticipation July 1 in Mimika Police Intelligence Coverage

JUNE 30 2014

Timika, STEP MAGAZINE - Mimika Police and the Indonesian National Army (TNI) has deployed local intelligence to make early detection of any potential that might occur when a warning July 1 tomorrow.

By the West Papua National Liberation Army (TPN-PB) - Free Papua Movement (OPM), July 1 is celebrated as Independence Day of West Papua. Commemoration ceremonies are usually characterized by the increase in the Morning Star flag.

Mimika police chief Adjunct Senior Commissioner Rontini Jermias on Monday (30.06.14) said, the ranks of the police and military in the region have held a joint patrol to provide security and comfort of residents in the town of Timika.

"To the opposing group, we were instructed to not do things that are contrary to state law. If you still do things like that, then we do the efforts of law," said Jermias Rontini as quoted aktual.co.

Known, Papua Independence Day on July 1 to coincide with the 68th anniversary of the National Police (Today Bhayangkara).

2) Command Center Urges TPNPB Commemorating July 1, 2014

Jayapura, STEP MAGAZINE - West Papua National Liberation Army (TPNPB), Headquarters Command Center appealed to all Regional Command Defense TPNPB across Papua to remain commemorate July 1, 2014.

Commemorating July 1, 1971 is considered as a historic day in the struggle for Papuan independence.

On behalf of the High Commander of the Liberation Army of West Papua Nasioanal, (TPNBP), Chief of General Staff Major General Teryanus Satto on June 29, 2014 yesterday as the National Commission on the page dikurp-tpnpb.net say, July 1 is the day the Declaration of Constitution of the Republic of West Papua, and Proclamation Papuan independence.

Mayjend Teryanus Satto on the general appeal affirmed, peringataan July 1 is also a freedom fighter attitude Papua, Indonesia refused on the ground and repellents Papua Indonesia's first General Election in Papua.

"In light of the events that have occurred in the history of the struggle of Papua, at the headquarters of Victoria on July 1, 1971, then TPNPB throughout Papua will celebrate by way of flag-raising ceremony at Defence Headquarters Regional Command (Kodap) respectively and Prayer," he said.

He wrote, commemorating the July 1, 2014, the flag raising ceremony can only be performed at Headquarters Kodap, not in any place. If the flag is not in the headquarters Kodap happen, then it's beyond TPNPB responsibility.

He asserted, in commemoration of July 1, there is no additional activity whatsoever, other than through Prayer, and a flag ceremony for the region or the state security is ensured throughout Kodap.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the National Liberation Army / Free Papua Movement (TPN / OPM) Keerom region, Lambertus Pikikir confirmed, it still will commemorate Independence Day July 1, as Papua, on Tuesday (06.01.14) tomorrow.

He said, peringataan Keerom region centered on the base and there are no other activities.

Information compiled editorial majalahselangkah.com this afternoon, warning July 1 throughout Papua held simultaneously at some point, the Victoria area, Jayapura, Wamena, Paniai, Mimika, Yapen Waropen, Merauke.

ENDS

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