October 19, 2015

STATEMENT BY THE VICE-SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA HE. FADLI ZON THE MORAL AND ECONOMIC IMPERATIVE FOR FAIRER, SMARTER AND MORE HUMANE MIGRATION

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

EXCELLENCIES SPEAKERS AND VICE SPEAKERS OF THE PARLIAMENTS, MEMBERS OF IPU, HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT OF IPU, Mr. SABER CHOWDHURY, DISTINGUISHED DELEGATES, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,   Assalamualaikum Wr. Wb. Peace be upon us all. I am very pleased to be here with you in this important Assembly to discuss on the issue of migration, a matter…

October 19, 2015

Speech by Hon. Fadli Zon as Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC) Chair at the 133rd Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr Chairman, Speakers, Vice Speakers and Members of Parliament, Distinguished guests, Ladies and Gentlemen. It is my great pleasure to address you today at this 133rd IPU General Assembly not only as a parliamentarian but also as the Chair of the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption, (GOPAC). Our membership extends across the world to…

September 28, 2015

PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE IMPACT OF THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My delegation thanks the panelists for their pertinent observations. In Indonesia, an estimation states that in 2015, there will be around five million persons are affected by the scourge of drug abuse, in which young people constitute the biggest part. This trend is particularly alarming. The approach by the government to address this…

September 28, 2015

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA AT AGENDA ITEM 7 GENERAL DEBATE 30TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL *

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, [My Delegation would like to associate itself with the statement delivered by Iran and Pakistan on behalf of the NAM and OIC respectively. My delegation also wishes to add some additional views.] Let me start by conveying Indonesia’s strong call for this agenda item to urgently address the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the…

September 15, 2015

Statement by Indonesia Delegation at the 30th Session of the Human Rights Council – Interactive Dialogue with the SR on Water and Sanitation *

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, We take note of the reports of both Special Rapporteurs. We concur that ensuring affordability of water and sanitation is a complex issue which requires different and coordinated efforts from different contexts. In this regard, it is primarily the responsibility of the State to ensure the promotion of the rights to water and…

September 15, 2015

Statement by Indonesia Delegation at the 30th Session of the Human Rights Council – Interactive Dialogue with the IE on Older Person *

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, Indonesia thanks the Working Group and the Independent Expert for their reports. We take note of Ms. Kornfeld-Matte’s report which highlights the needs and challenges of autonomy and care of the elders as well as their potential contribution to the functioning of society if adequate guarantees are in place. For further work, we…

September 14, 2015

Statement by Indonesia Delegation – General Debate Item 2 at the 30th Session of the Human Rights Council *

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, We note the statement by the High Commissioner. At the outset, my delegation aligns itself with the statement of NAM, OIC as well as LMG statement delivered by Egypt.   Mr. President, Indonesia’s commitment and efforts to further human rights’ promotion and protection in all levels continue to widen and deepen. In the…

August 21, 2015

STATEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE GROUP OF 21 ON NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT BY AMBASSADOR TRIYONO WIBOWO, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS, WTO AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA AT THE CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT PLENARY MEETING

Disarmament

Mr. President, 1.         I have the honour to deliver the following statement on behalf of the Group of 21 (G-21). At the outset, the group wishes to congratulate you on your assumption of the Presidency of the Conference on Disarmament (CD). Mr. President, 2.         The Group of 21 reiterates that the CD is…

August 13, 2015

STATEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE GROUP OF 21 BY AMBASSADOR R.M. MICHAEL TENE, CHARGE D’AFFAIRES AD INTERIM OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA IN GENEVA AT THE INFORMAL PLENARY MEETING ON THE PREVENTION OF AN ARMS RACE IN OUTER SPACE

Disarmament

Ambassador Matthew Rowland, On behalf of Ambassador Triyono Wibowo, the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Indonesia in Geneva in his capacity as the Coordinator of the Group of 21, I would like to convey the following statement. This informal plenary meeting under your coordinatorship is a good opportunity for us to have constructive deliberations…

June 29, 2015

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA AT AGENDA ITEM 7 GENERAL DEBATE AT THE 29TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My Delegation would like to associate itself with the statement delivered by Iran and Pakistan on behalf of the NAM and OIC respectively. My delegation also wishes to add some additional views. We are concerned that various efforts by the international community, including by this Council, have yet to show the intended results…

June 29, 2015

INTERVENTION BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA ON AGENDA ITEM 7 – INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE WITH THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY IN GAZA AT THE 29TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My delegation would like to thank and appreciate members of the Commission of Inquiry (COI) for their report to the Council. Indonesia deeply regrets the refusal of Israel to grant full and free access to the members of the COI to visit Gaza. The physical presence of the Commission in Gaza, to see…

June 25, 2015

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DURING THE ADOPTION OF THE REPORT OF WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW OF LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My delegation would like to extend its appreciation to the Delegation of Lao People’s Democratic Republic, a fellow ASEAN Member, for its constructive engagement in the second cycle of the UPR. Indonesia commends the Government of Lao PDR for their continuous commitment in advancing the promotion and protection of human rights, including through…

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