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Protest against the Omission of Law Infringement and the Involvement of Indonesia National Police Ap
Number : 003/Koor.JTM/IV/2014
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Subject : Protest against the Omission of Law Infringement and the Involvement of Indonesia National Police Apparatus in Guiding Illegal Mining Process on Bangka Island

The Governor of North Sulawesi Province, Sinyo Harry Sarundajang
The Regent of North Minahasa Regency, Sompie S.F. Singai
The Chief of North Sulawesi Regional Police, Brigadier General Pol Jimmy P. Sinaga
The Chief of North Minahasa Police, Police Adjunct Senior Commissioner / Ajun Komisaris Besar Polisi (AKBP) Joko Winartono SIK

With Respect,
The Mining Advocacy Network (JATAM) as a non-governmental organization and community organization which concern of environmental, human rights, and social justice issues in mining and oil-gas industries, hereby declare a protest to Mr. Sinyo Harry Sarundajang as a Governor of North Sulawesi, for the ommision and/or protection conducted by Indonesia National Police (Polri), North Minahasa District, and North Sulawesi Provincial apparatuses against the protest of illegal mining activity of PT. Mikgro Metal Perdana (PT. MMP) on Bangka Island, North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi.
JAKARTA-JATAM (11/4); Last March, the Mining Advocacy Network (JATAM) launched the map of crisis areas and looting politics (access to This event was also present representative of resident, political observer, and academia. That map is a crisis portrait in several regions, which did not touch as critical issue for Party and Legislative Candidates (Caleg) during the campaign of General Election 2014.
Explosion in Sawahlunto mining area, a Portrait of State Failure in Governing People’s Safety
The explosion of coal mining in Mining Rights (KP) owned by PT. Dasrat Sarana Arang Sejati (DSAS) in Ngalau Cigak, Talawi Sub-district, Sawahlunto, on January 24, was the fifth since 2007. The tragedy has claimed five lives mine workers. The biggest explosion was on June 16, 2009 that has claimed 33 lives mine workers.
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