ABC AUSTRALIA, 12/6/2002
INDONESIA: Maluku security should not be muddied
Indonesia's vice President Hamzah Haz has warned the governor of the troubled
eastern province of Maluku that he'll be dumped if he doesn't curb the activities of the
separatist South Maluku Republic. Hamzah Haz, who visited the provincial capital
Ambon this week, says the fragile peace between Muslims and Christians should not
be allowed to become muddied by separatism.
Presenter/Interviewer: Kanaha Sabapathy
Speakers: Dr Thamrin Amal Tomagola from the University of Indonesia; Haji
Mohamad Yusef Eli, a Muslim leader from Ambon.
12/6/2002 | ABC Radio Australia News
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