“He mobilizes people, the masses, mobilizes information that is left behind, is not true. He does it, it is in Australia, in England,” Moeldoko explained.
Moeldoko admitted that the problems in Papua were full of political interests. Including how Benny Wenda maneuvers.
So, said Moeldoko, the government could not use a military approach to resolve this problem.
“This is a political issue so the military cannot approach it. It is more political because it moves in political roles,” said Moeldoko.
Furthermore, Moeldoko ensured that the Indonesian government had coordinated with the British government regarding Benny Wenda.