Fighting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, AMAN Jayapura Appreciates Political Institutions – The Alliance of Indigenous Peoples of the Archipelago (AMAN) Jayapura gave its appreciation to the National Democratic Party (NasDem) for fighting for the rights of indigenous peoples from the regional to the central level.

This appreciation was conveyed by the Chair of AMAN Jayapura, Benhur Walli on the sidelines of the Regional Work Meeting (Rakerwil) of the Papua NasDem Party which was held at a hotel in Abepura, Jayapura City, Friday 2 April 2022.

“There is an important substance in the activities of the Nasdem Party this time, because AMAN is trying to push the Law on Indigenous Peoples in the DPR-RI to be immediately agreed and included in the National Legislative Program (Prolegnas),” said Benhur Walli.

Benhur Walli said that the Central Government had also provided support for this step so that it could be included in the master plan and immediately discussed and determined.

He also ensured that AMAN Jayapura will continue to provide support to political parties, especially the NasDem Party, which has been aggressively fighting for the rights of indigenous peoples.

Moreover, he continued, the NaDem Party has also developed good regulations in the Indigenous Peoples Law which is currently being discussed and will soon be ratified by the central government.

“AMAN Jayapura feels it is important to attend and hear directly in this Regional Work Meeting to hear immediately what are the important works of the NasDem party,” said Benhur Walli.

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