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Dialogue, Not Violence

Monday, October 5, 2020

Rejecting an extension of special autonomy status, a number of groups in Papua have demanded a referendum. The government must prioritize dialogue.

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THE government must not be rash in its response to the rejection by a number of groups in Papua of an extension to the special autonomy status. Their demands for the right to determine their own future should not be answered with repressive measures. Like a vicious circle, violence will only give rise to more violence.

The roots of the problem in Papua are injustice and discrimination. As long as these problems are not addressed, special autonom

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