Inilah Deklarasi Westminter Yang Menyatakan PEPERA 1969 Langgar Prinsip-prinsip Pelaksanaannya

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Beberapa anggota IPWP berfoto bersama usai menandatangani deklarasi Westminter - Jubi
Beberapa anggota IPWP berfoto bersama usai menandatangani deklarasi Westminter – Jubi

Jayapura, Jubi – Pertemuan International Parliamentarians for West Papua (IPWP) di London, 3 Mei 2016 menghasilkan sebuah deklarasi yang dinamakan Deklarasi Westminter.

Deklarasi Westminter ini ditandatangani oleh 95 anggota IPWP di Gedung Parlemen London. Deklarasi ini mendesak dilakukannya Pengawasan Internasional Penentuan Nasib Sendiri bagi bangsa Papua Barat.

Berikut isi Deklarasi Westminter

Kami anggota parlemen yang bertandatangan, yang menjadi anggota International Parliamentarians for West Papua (IPWP):

1. Menyatakan bahwa pelanggaran Hak Asasi Manusia terus terjadi di Papua Barat dan tidak bisa diterima.

2. Memperingatkan bahwa tanpa tindakan internasional rakyat Papua Barat beresiko mengalami kepunahan.

3.. Mengulangi hak rakyat Papua Barat untuk benar-benar menentukan nasib sendiri.

4. Menyatakan terjadi pelanggaran berat dalam prinsip-prinsip pelaksanaan ‘Act of Free Choice’ 1969

5. Mendesak pengawasan internasional dalam penentuan nasib sendiri sesuai dengan Resolusi Majelis Umum PBB 1514 dan 1541 (XV).

 

Para penandatangan deklarasi ini adalah :

  1.  Benny Wenda (West Papua)
  2.  Andrew Smith MP, Labour (UK)
  3.  Lord Harries (UK)
  4.  John Battle MP (UK)
  5.  Caroline Lucas MP, Green Party (UK)
  6.  Jeremy Corbyn MP, Labour (UK)
  7.  David Amess MP, Conservative (UK)
  8.  Ralph Regenvanu MP, Justice Minister (Vanuatu)
  9.  Powes Parkop MP, Independent MP and Governor of Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea)
  10.  Abel David MP, leader of current opposition party,’Shepherds Alliance’ (Vanuatu)
  11.  Chief Reuben Ishmael VP, ‘Shepherds Alliance’ (Vanuatu)
  12.  Moana Carcasses Kalosil, Prime Minister (Vanuatu)
  13.  Lord Hylton (UK)
  14.  Eva-Britt Svensson MEP (Sweden)
  15.  Leke van den Burg MEP, Social Democrat (The Netherlands)
  16.  Senator Bob Brown, Australian Greens (Australia)
  17.  Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Australian Greens (Australia)
  18.  Dr Alan Whitehead MP, Labour (UK)
  19.  Michael Foster MP, Labour (UK)
  20.  Betty Williams MP, Labour (UK)
  21.  Jeanette Fitzsimons, Green Party (New Zealand)
  22.  Keith Locke, Green Party Leader (New Zealand)
  23.  Catherine Delahunty MP, Green Party (New Zealand)
  24.  Dr Russell Norman MP, Co-Leader Green Party (New Zealand)
  25.  Keith Vaz MP, Labour (UK)
  26.  Peter Bottomley MP, Conservative (UK)
  27.  Bill Wiggin MP, Conservative (UK)
  28.  Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone Conservative (UK)
  29.  Edward Vaizey MP, Conservative (UK)
  30.  Lord Kilclooney, Ulster Unionist Party (UK)
  31.  Lord Avebury, Lib Dem (UK)
  32.  Baroness Northover, Lib Dem (UK)
  33.  Patrick J. Kennedy, former ‘Member of Congress (USA)
  34.  Ondrej Liska MP, Minister of Education (Czech Republic)
  35.  Katerina Jacques MP (Czech Republic)
  36.  Přemysl Rabas MP (Czech Republic)
  37.  Maryan Street MP, Labour (New Zealand)
  38.  Pascal Prince MP, Deputy of the Jurassian Parliament (Switzerland)
  39.  Greg Barber MP, Australian Greens (Australia)
  40.  Stephen Williams MP, Lib Dem (UK)
  41.  Jamie Maxton-Graham MP (PNG)
  42.  Boka Kondra MP (PNG)
  43.  Jean Lambert MEP, Green Party (UK)
  44.  Satu Hassi MEP, Green Party (Finland)
  45.  Aileen Campbell MSP (Scotland)
  46.  Jamie Hepburn MSP (Scotland)
  47.  Bill Kidd MSP (Scotland)
  48.  Linda Fabiani MSP (Scotland)
  49.  The Rt Revd John Pritchard, The Bishop of Oxford (UK)
  50.  Senator Richard Di Natale, Leader of Australian Greens (Australia)
  51.  Christine Milne, Australian Greens (Australia)
  52.  Cate Faehrmann, Green NSW MP (Australia)
  53.  Diane Abbott MP, Labour (UK)
  54.  David Martin MEP (UK)
  55.  Senator Urko Aiartza (Basque Country)
  56.  Gary Streeter MP, Conservative (UK)
  57.  Eugenie Sage MP, Green (New Zealand)
  58.  Denise Roche MP, Green (New Zealand)
  59.  Clare Curran MP, Labour (New Zealand)
  60.  Dr. Kennedy Graham MP, Green (New Zealand)
  61.  Senator Clare Moore (Australia)
  62.  Laurie Ferguson MP (Australia)
  63.  Senator John Madigan (Australia)
  64.  Lord Collins of Highbury (UK)
  65.  Jane Prentice MP (Australia)
  66.  Melissa Parke MP Australia)
  67.  Senator Larissa Waters (Australia)
  68.  Nick Brown MP, Labour (UK)
  69.  Senator Bill Perkins, Democrat Party (USA)
  70.  Toeolesulusulu Cedric Schuster (Samoa)
  71.  Claude Moraes MEP (UK)
  72.  Inaki Irazabalbeitia Fernandez MEP (The Basque Country)
  73.  Steffan Browning MP (Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand)
  74.  Jean Urquhart MSP (Scotland)
  75.  Marco Biagi MSP (Scotland)
  76.  Danielle Auroi, Chairwoman of The European Affairs Committee (France)
  77.  Alison Johnstone MSP (Scotland)
  78.  Gary Juffa, Governor of Oro Province (PNG)
  79.  Molly Scott Cato MEP (South West England and Gibraltar)
  80.  Metiria Turei MP (Coleader Green Party, New Zealand)
  81.  Mojo Mathers MP (Green Party, New Zealand)
  82.  Derick Rawcliff Manu’ari MP (People First Party, Soloman Islands)
  83.  Billy Gordon MP (Australia)
  84.  Senator Lee Rhiannon (Australia)
  85.  Rob Pyne MP (Australia)
  86.  Andy Slaughter MP, Labour Party (UK)
  87.  Christine Grahame MSP (Scotland)
  88.  Senator Scott Ludlam Deputy Leader of Australian Greens (Australia)
  89.  Anneliese Dodds MEP, Labour Party (UK)
  90.  Stewart Maxwell MSP (Scotland)
  91.  Neil Bibby MSP (Scotland)
  92. Jamie Parker MP, Australian Greens (Australia)
  93. Natalie McGarry MP, SNP (UK)
  94. Natalie Bennett, Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales (UK)
  95. Elizabeth May MP, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (Canada)

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