Wednesday, April 11, 2018

1) Jokowi observes distribution of 3,331 land certificates in Jayapura

1) Jokowi observes distribution of 3,331 land certificates in Jayapura
2) Jokowi distributes land certificates in Papua

3) Indonesia's president visits Papua to check on projects
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1) Jokowi observes distribution of 3,331 land certificates in Jayapura
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President Joko Widodo arrived at the event to hand over 3,331 land certificates to the community in Jayapura. Papua, Wednesday (11/4/2018). (ANTARA/Desca Lidya Natalia)

Jayapura, Papua (ANTARA News) - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has observed the distribution of 3,331 land certificates to people in Jayapura, Papua Province, as the legal ownership letter of the land.

"Let me count all the certificates. The certificate is a legal land ownership proof owned by the public. I have asked the minister to accelerate the land certification program in all regions of Indonesia," the president said here on Wednesday.

Jokowi attended the land certificates distribution in Jayapura Head District Office of Gunung Merah Sentani during his working visit to Papua Province.

According to Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Sector Sofyan Djalil, 2,058 people attended the certificate distribution.

From 3,331 certificates that were distributed, 767 certificates were for Kerom District, 768 certificates were for Jayapura District, and 463 certificates were distributed to the people of Jayapura City.

Meanwhile, the government also distributed certificates to other districts, such as Sarmi, Biak Numfor, Merauke, Jayawijaya, Yapen Islands, Nabire, and Mimika.

The president also reminded people to maintain the condition of the certificates.

He also reminded the owners to calculate the payment when the people wanted to use the certificate as the collateral to a bank to gather venture capital.

During his speech, Jokowi also asked people to maintain peace and calm ahead of the head regional election in 2018 and the general election year in 2019.

In 2017, the government had distributed 70 thousand land certificates to the people of Papua.

The ministry targets to add another 20 thousand certificates in 2018.

Jokowi will conduct a working visit to Papua from April 11 to 13, 2018. He also plans to visit a remote area in Asmat District to observe the recovery efforts of malnutrition and measles cases in the area.

Reported by Desca Lidya Natalia
(Uu.B019/INE)
(UU.B019/A/KR-BSR/A/H-YH) 
Editor: Heru Purwanto
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2) Jokowi distributes land certificates in Papua

Nethy Dharma Somba The Jakarta Post
Jayapura, Papua | Wed, April 11, 2018 | 05:57 pm



Land ownership: A resident looks at a land certificate she received from President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo during his visit in Sukabumi, West Java, on April 7. (Antara/Puspa Perwitasari)

Around 3,000 Papua residents received land certificates directly handed over by President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo in a ceremony at the Jayapura regent office in Gunung Merah, Sentani city, Jayapura, Papua, on Wednesday.
It was the first time Jokowi had distributed land certificates in Papua, which he has visited eight times in total since he was first elected President in 2014.
Yawa Bosway, a resident of Sarmi regency who attended the ceremony to receive a land certificate, expressed his gratitude for being able to get a certificate for his land without a complicated, costly process.
“I feel happy and want to thank Pak Jokowi because I have been able to receive this certificate so easily. My land in Sarmi is around 2,000 square meters or 2 hectares,” said Yawa.
At 3 p.m. local time on Wednesday, Jokowi and his entourage arrived at Sentani Airport in Jayapura, from where he proceeded to the Gunung Merah regent office, where thousands of residents had gathered and waited for his arrival for hours.
In the certificate handover ceremony, Jokowi told the residents that the certificates were proof of their land ownership. “By holding the certificates, we will feel more secure because the ownership right of our land has become clearer,” he said.
“I have ordered the Agrarian and Spatial Planning Minister [Sofyan Djalil] to accelerate the distribution of land certificates in all provinces across Indonesia. In 2017, we gave 70,000 certificates to people in Papua and this year, we will increase it to 80,000. I hope this target can be met,” said Jokowi. (ebf)


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3) Indonesia's president visits Papua to check on projects
11:14 am today 

Indonesia's President Joko Widodo is today expected to visit Papua region, widely known as West Papua.

In what is his eighth trip to Papua, Mr Widodo plans to travel to Jayapura, Timika, Asmat regency and Sorong.
The president is to visit a number of his government's projects aimed at accelerating economic and social development in Papua.
These include Jayapura's new Mama Mama market, an early childhood centre, and the Holtekamp Bridge in the Papuan capital, among other infrastructure projects.
According to a government spokesperson, President Widodo will also be distributing land titles to Papuan residents.
A joint Indonesian military and police force of around 2500 personnel has prepared to provide security for the president along his various stops.
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