Political Elite Urged to be More Mature in Election Process

Paulus Waterpauw, chief of Papua Police - Jubi
Paulus Waterpauw, chief of Papua Police – Jubi

Jayapura, Jubi – Ahead of the simultaneous elections in 11 regencies in Papua, Papua Police (Polda) urged members of the political elite to be mature in politics and participate in creating stability and security within community.

“We hope the political elite will follow the regulations in the election process, so conflicts can be avoided,” Paulus Waterpauw, chief of Papua Police stated last weekend.

He said he will work together with the high-ranking officers in Papua Police in order to create security so that development goals can be achieved, as well as establishing cooperation with the government in seeking the next generation of leaders in the future.
“I am determined to provide the best service to the community and create a security to support government in development. I am ready to support all government programs, ” he said.

Former police chief of West Papua was also grateful given a chance to serve as Papua Police and became the first Papuan who titled rank of Inspector General of Police.
“This is a great gift that must be answered together on the tasks ahead. Off course, we can face the challenges by building communication to all elements including the public, ” he said. (Arjuna Pademme)