Government asked to seriously address the conflict of Human Rights (HAM) in Papua.
It was announced by the Institute for Policy Research and Advocacy (Elsam) in a press conference entitled "The Situation of Human Rights First quarterly 2012: Continue To Violate" in Cikini, Jakarta, today.
Executive Director of Elsam, Indriaswati D Saptaningrum, said the government must follow the legal process against a number of cases of human rights abuses in Papua.
"For example, human rights tribunal for Wasior and Wamena. This includes the release of political prisoners in Papua," Indri said.
In addition to processing cases of human rights violations in Papua, which has been planned dialogue agenda of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono can be realized.
No less important, Indri said police expected to give a sense of security to take precautionary action against violence and shootings are common in Papua.
"Police have to mean it gives a sense of security to the community by taking action that can prevent violence and shootings that keep happening. In law enforcement operations, have due regard to human rights guarantees," Indri said