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Names of 10 KNPB members charged on Makar

These are the Names of 10 KNPB members charged on Makar
By : Mikael Kudiai | Jumat, 05 December 2014 - 17.50 WIB

Translated from bahasa Indonesia

NABIRE, SUARAPAPUA.COM: Regional Police (Police) Papua, on Wednesday (11/19/2014), detained 10 members of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB) Nabire and Dogiyairegion. They were arrested with 15 other people while commemorating the 4th anniversary (HUT) of KNPB.

The 10 activists are still detained at the police station Nabire and subject to Article 160, Article 106 and Article 55 of the Criminal Justice Act (Criminal Code)

Here are the names of the members of the KNPB who are still detained and charged, a copy of the names sent to the editor suarapapua.com, this afternoon;

Sadrak Kudiai, Chairman KNPB Nabire
David Pigai, Chairman KNPB Dogiyai
Agus Waine, KNPB member Dogiyai
Saul Marselus Edowai, KNPB member Dogiyai
Enesa Anouw, KNPB member Dogiyai
Agus Tebay, KNPB member Nabire
Derius Goo, KNPB member Nabire
Japheth Keiya, member of the PDR and KNPB Nabire
Hans Edoway, KNPB member Nabire
Aleks Pigai, KNPB member Nabire

ENDS

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