Create a new history of the nation’s indigenous peoples of West Papua in the process of unification of the Timika Region in encouraging the nation’s liberation struggle of West Papuans in Papua. This has been realized with the birth of the People’s Parliament Timika area that has been declared and was launched on 15 November 2011 by indigenous Papuans in Timika Region.
The following is a statement of declaration and the launch of the Regional People’s Parliament Timika:
STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES OF NATIONS STRUGGLE OF WEST PAPUA
We the undersigned are the peoples of West Papua’s indigenous Melanesian race in Timika region, strongly expressed and declared and launched the Regional People’s Parliament Timika [PRDT] on Monday, November 15, 2011 by stating the attitude that:
1. We respect and recognize the people of West Papua Declaration of Independence December 1, 1961 with the proclamation of July 1, 1971 West Papuans in West Papua.
2. We recognize and struggle that the people of West Papua have a fundamental right to self-determination under international law.
3. We will fight the referendum as an appropriate solution to resolve the problem of West Papua and the Democratic Peace.
4. We call upon indigenous peoples around the world to assist us in the Self-Determination in West Papua.
5. Admitting Legality of the International Parliamentarians for West Papua [IPWP] or the International Parliament for West Papua as the power of diplomacy and the International Lawyers for West Papua [ILWP] or the International Lawyers for West Papua as the official legal representative of West Papuans who have been shaped by the people of West Papua.
6. IPWP and ILWP entitled to perform acts necessary and proper according to international laws that protect human rights and respect the rights of indigenous peoples of West Papua in the context of self-determination (Referendum) by the people of West Papua.
7. Special Autonomy and refuse delivery or internal dialogue format Jakarta – Papua offered by the Government of Indonesia to resolve the problem of the nation’s political status of West Papua as a ploy to avoid their responsibility to comply with international legal standards concerning the right of self-determination.
8. West Papuans have political rights to be respected by the international community and Member States of the United Nations.
This statement of political attitude of the people of West Papua nation Timika area. Similarly, statements and declarations the launch of the Regional People’s Parliament Timika [PRDT] on this day as a historic day for indigenous people of West Papua in the Timika area well.
Signed By :
ABIUT DEGEY : Chaiman of Timika Regional People Parliament
ROMARIO YATIPAI : Secretary Timika Region People Parliament
VINCENT ONIYOMA : Chairman of KNPB Timika Region
YANCE WANDIKBO : West Papua National Liberation Army -KODAP III