Monday, 12 October 2015

PART 1: Petition: Lombok Treaty

Two Australians were executed for drug running but the Indonesian Military is reportedly involved with drug running:

Also the Indonesian's own Intelligence Agency was involved in the murder of Munir Said Thalib on September 7, 2004 he was one of Indonesia's most famous human rights and anti-corruption activists. His killers got lenient sentences.

We want the submission of the physical petition to the Australian Government to be a limus test on whether we the people of Australia can trust our Government:

If the Government refused to fully abolish the Lombok Treaty then that is clear evidence to the people of Australia that business and trade with Indonesia is more important than the lives of Australians, West Papuan's, and human rights activists. The FWPP will then motion that the people of Australia should use the next Federal Election as a vote of no confidence in all those that make up the current Australian Parliament.

To sign up as a member of the FWP Party, membership is only AU$1:

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