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Why Frans Kaisiepo Wanted to Change Papua to Irian

Monday, August 14, 2023

Frans Kaisiepo was the one who promoted changing Papua’s name to Irian. Frans and his cousin disagreed regarding Papua’s integration into Indonesia.

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Frans Kaisiepo attends the Malino Conference in South Sulawesi, 1946. KILTV . tempo : 172131994350.

THREE decades later, Frans Kaisiepo was still talking about his experience of attending the Malino Conference in Malino, South Sulawesi, in July 1946. The Dutch government had organized the conference to discuss the establishment of a state to cover regions in eastern Indonesia, a republic that had only been in existence less than a year.

Papua was not immediately included in Indonesia in the early days of the country’s independence, as it


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