Common Papuans ask their elected leaders: Where has all the money gone?

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JAKARTA - Papuan governor Lukas Enembe is in the hot seat after the recent riots in the restive West Papua region, with Papuans alleging corruption and demanding accountability for the trillions of rupiah they say have not been spent wisely.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

JAKARTA - Papuan governor Lukas Enembe is in the hot seat after the recent riots in the restive West Papua region, with Papuans alleging corruption and demanding accountability for the trillions of rupiah they say have not been spent wisely.

Their concerns follow the latest report by Indonesia's audit agency which revealed a long list of irregularities in the province's 2017 annual spending.Enjoy unlimited access to ST's best work Subscribe Now

 

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