Flags will be flown in public places around midday for three days running. He added that the TPN/OPM would guard the streets where the Morning Star flags are being flown.
‘The aim of this plan it to remind people that we continue to exist,’ said Pakage.
When the head of the public relations office of the Papua Police was asked whether he could confirm this plan, he said he was unaware of it. ‘I will check later on. At the moment, I am in a meeting,’ he said briefly.
[Translated by TAPOL]
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