Militarism & Security Approach

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December 2003

News/Aceh
Detik.com – December 31, 2003

Nur Raihan, Banda Aceh – As many as 13,996 TNI (Indonesian armed forces) members and police officers will be involved in securing election stations during the 2004 general elections in Aceh.

News/Indonesia
Detik.com – December 10, 2003

Bagus Kurniawan, Yogyakarta – As well as Jakarta, lively actions to commemorate world human rights day were also held in other parts of the country.

November 2003

News/Indonesia
Kompas – November 12, 2003

Jakarta – TNI (armed forces) chief General Endriartono Sutarto has asserted that the TNI are not soldiers for hire.

News/Aceh
Detik.com – November 10, 2003

Bagus Kurniawan, Yogyakarta – Commemorating Hero’s Day on Monday November 10, scores of student activist from the Yogyakarta Indonesian Youth Front for Struggle (Front Perjuangan Pemuda Indonesia,

News/Aceh
Kompas – November 9, 2003

Jakarta – Condemnations against the government’s decision to extend the military emergency in Aceh continue to spring up.

News/Aceh
Detik.com – November 8, 2003

Hestiana Dharmastuti, Jakarta – Around 2500 people from Aceh Papua Solidarity (Solidaritas Aceh Papua, SAP) will hold a demonstration rejecting the extension of the military emergency in Aceh.

October 2003

Statements/Indonesia
Joint Statement – October 7, 2003

[The following is a joint statement by the National Student League for Democracy (LMND), the United People's Opposition Party (POPOR) and Tanjung Priok victims.]

Statements/Aceh
SAP – October 6, 2003
  • Reject the politics of war
  • Counter the plan to extend the military operation in Aceh and legal and illegal military operations in Papua

The resolution of the political c

August 2003

Statements/Aceh
SEGERA – August 2, 2003

[The following petition was initiated by SEGERA, the Solidarity Movement with the People of Aceh and is being circulated among progressive and democratic organisations in Indonesia.

May 2003

Statements/Indonesia
Jakarta International Peace Conference – May 21, 2003

The rhetoric of support for a peaceful resolution in Iraq by the government of President Megawati Sukarnoputri and Vice-president Hamzah Haz has proven to be lies to manipulate the people.