Political risk of neglecting inequality in Papua
Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge
Researcher at the Marthinus Academy, Jakarta
PREMIUM In early 2017, two much-discussed issues about Papua have been the investigation of corruption in fictitious road projects involving high-level officials in its Public Works Agency office and the Freeport case, which is a battle between the government and the United States-based mining company PT Freeport McMoran in Mimika regency over a contractual issue. In the first case, the Corruption Eradica...
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