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oleh: Fr. Beni Mawel, Pr

Sejumlah anak bangsa di Papua selalu saja mendapat giliran mendapat stigma, tuduhan, dan hukuman perjara karena makar, seperti Filep Karma, Yusak Pakage, Selpius Bobii, Buktar Tabuni, Seby Sambom dkk. Siapa lagi yang akan menyusul? Kita menanti seorang pelakur makar muncul dan diseret ke meja hijau di negeri ini. Ini bukan berarti kita tidak setuju dengan proses hukum makar. Hukum makar memang baik dikenakan kepada setiap anak bangsa yang melawan dan berusaha menjatuhkan pemerintahanya yang sah dan harus dihukum yang berat. Masalahnya, apa itu makar? Siapa sajakah yang bertindak makar dan sebaiknya dikatakan makar? Adakah keseimbangan penegakan hukum makar antar anak bangsa dan relevansinya dengan penegakkan martabat kemanusiaan? (more…)

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Top 5 Mistakes English Learners Make What are the most common mistakes that English learners make?

Which mistakes do most English learners need to correct, in order to learn English much faster? Here are the top 5 English Learning Mistakes: (more…)

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Jayapura, Kompas – Gubernur Papua Barnabas Suebu bertekad mempromosikan dan mengembangkan industri berbasis energi terbarukan. Sementara hutan primer tidak boleh dialokasikan untuk perkebunan kelapa sawit. Hal itu diungkapkan Suebu di sela-sela penyelenggaraan Konferensi Internasional Keanekaragaman Hayati. Suebu, Kamis (12/11) di Jayapura, menuturkan lima strategi kunci untuk mencapai pembangunan berkelanjutan di wilayahnya. Kelima strategi ini diharapkan dapat meningkatkan kesejahteraan masyarakat Papua dan menjaga kelestarian alam Papua yang diakui sebagai paru-paru dunia. Strategi pertama, ujar Suebu, (more…)

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Jakarta – The development project for a cement plant in Timika, Papua, valued to be Rp.2.7 trillion is projected to be realized immediately during the coming year.

The Governor of Papua, Barnabas Suebu SH yesterday after an audience with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the Presidential Offices said: “The feasibility study is completed what remains now is the realization of the project”.

Previously in the Papua Investment day forum Barnabas said that the one ton capacity cement plant is intended to fulfill the demand in the Papua region that all this time is supplying it from outside the island, mainly South Sulawesi.

The governor added that the project development is the collaboration with PT Freeport who is prepared to pitch in Rp.1 trillion in funds.

The cement plant will subsequently utilize Freeport tailing coming from its gold and copper production processing waste.

He disclosed that an MoU was already signed between the Papua provincial administration and Freeport for this purpose.

Another investment reported by Barnabas to the president is a hydropower plant with an investment value of Rp.5 trillion. “The feasibility study for this project is in the final stages.” (more…)

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JAKARTA: Proyek pembangunan pabrik semen di Timika, Papua, senilai Rp2,7 triliun diproyeksikan segera direalisasikan pada tahun depan.

“Feasibility study-nya telah selesai di-lakukan, tinggal direalisasikan pembangunannya,” ujar Gubernur Papua Barnabas Suebu, kemarin, seusai menemui Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono di Kantor Presiden.

Sebelumnya, dalam forum Papua Investment Day, Barnabas mengatakan pembangunan pabrik semen kapasitas 1 juta ton itu dimaksudkan untuk memenuhi kebutuhan di wilayah Papua yang selama ini mengandalkan pasokan dari luar pulau tersebut, terutama dari Sulawesi Selatan. (more…)

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Timika (ANTARA News) – Dozens of Commercial Sex Workers (PSK) in the localization of prostitution Kilometer 10, Timika, Papua, tested positive for HIV. According to data received from the AFP National AIDS Commission (NAC) Mimika District, in Timika, Wednesday, about 10 percent of the PSK Kilo 10 of about 294 people already infected with HIV.

“Around 20-25 people Kilometers commercial sex workers are HIV-positive 10, till now still working actively. It is feared will increase the number of HIV cases in Mimika,” said Secretary of KPA Mimika, Reynold Ubra. (more…)

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