goodmorningpapua.com – The Head of the Regional Office of the Ministry of Religion (Kemag) of Papua Province, Reverend Amsal Yowei, said that Pancasila was the inspiration and basis of thinking, acting and behaving within the framework of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI).
“Pancasila should always be a source of value in the life of society, nation and state,” said Pastor Yowei in his mandate when he became the Inspector of the Pancasila Anniversary Ceremony at the West Papua Regional Office for Religious Affairs, Tuesday (1/6/2021).
According to Pastor Yowei, Pancasila is a strong bond in overcoming every challenge of life so that his party invites all Papuans to unite for overcoming difficulties during this Covid-19 pandemic.
“The community is certainly the main focus in this difficulty, it is a priority for the leaders and administrators of the state and government,” he said.
He explained that including in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Religion of Papua Province, the community, namely religious people in Papua, must continue to be an important and main concern in services based on equality without discriminating ethnicity, race, religion or group.
“Let’s all, continue to join hands until this storm of adversity passes, stay upright together, extend help and assistance to each other, cover the gaps in problems and difficulties with the fusion of resources we have in common,” he said.
He added to all religious communities on the beach, in the valley, in the mountains, wherever they are, let’s strengthen togetherness to build reliable strength in finding the best solution by continuing to build confidence and self-confidence, enthusiasm and optimism for a better future because of behind every difficulty there is easiness.
“Socio-political dynamics in Papua which must also be faced together, at the same time, social, economic, political, legal, human rights, defense and security issues continue to roll on as a necessity in life, including in Papua. It is realized that those problems remains to be a common defiance, a problem that must be completed, to achieve the vision and mission of the Papuan government for the sake of people of this land,” he said.