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West Papua Loses David Amess, one of the longest internships of British MPs

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David Amess, one of the longest internships of British MPs sitting in the House of Commons from the Conservative Party, was murdered in Leigh-on-Sea at the local Methodist Church where he received voters from his district. The 25-year-old, who came to Amessa’s parliamentary duty, threw a few punches with a knife. MP died at the scene as a result of his injuries.

With the death of David Amessa West Papua lost her friend. Above the division in the British parliament, signing the ′′ West Papua Declaration ′′ David Amess joined the International Parliamentarians for West Papua (IPWP) at the time. David Amess was among 72 active and 58 former MPs from around the world who signed this declaration.

West Papua Declaration:

′′ We, the undersigned, recognize the inalienable right of West Papua’s indigenous people to self-determination, which was violated in 1969 by the ′′ Act of Free Choice “,

And we call on our governments to implement, through the UN, regulations enabling free exercise of that right

So that the indigenous people of West Papua can democratically decide their own future, in accordance with international standards of human rights, principles of international law and the United Nations Charter “.

remember #WestPapua #memory #IPWP

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