Monday, September 10, 2018

1) What do people expect for elected Papua Governor?


2) Bali, Papua and West Papua become a pilot project for drafting regulations on communal land
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1) What do people expect for elected Papua Governor?

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Jayapura, Jubi – Papuans hope the newly appointed Governor and Deputy Governor Lukas Enembe and Klemen Tinal able to bring Papua towards prosperity and good governance in their second period of administration, 2018 – 2023.
A resident of Jayapura City Alfon Rumkabu said it is part of their vision and mission since the first period of administration. “Indeed, they have made some breakthrough in the first five years. However, education and health services are the sectors that need to be improved,” Rumkabu told Jubi on Wednesday (05/09/2018).
Another Jayapura city resident Abidin Mustari hopes the elected governor and deputy governor can embrace all circles of society in the next five years, including those who did not support them in the election.
The elected Governor and Deputy Governor of Papua for the period of 2018-2023, Lukas Enembe and Klemen Tinal, were both inaugurated by the President of Indonesia Joko Widodo at Merdeka Palace in Jakarta on Wednesday (05/09/2018) along with some elected governors-deputy governors from other provinces. (*)
 
Reporter: Arjuna Pademme
Editor: Pipit Maizier

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2) Bali, Papua and West Papua become a pilot project for drafting regulations on communal land

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Bali, Jubi – 
The Ministry of Agrarian Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia launched the Government Regulation on Customary Land on 3-5 September in 2018 in Bali. Three provinces, Bali, Papua and West Papua, are set to become the pilot project of the regulation.
Jayapura Regent Mathius Awoitauw, who also attended the event, said they temporarily hold the conclusion of seminar due to a necessity to formulate a draft regulation regarding the regional customary lands.
Moreover, he said the regulation should be made upon the consultation with the customary landowners themselves.
Both provinces, Papua and West Papua, do not acknowledge the terminology of the land of state but the customary land which is owned by indigenous peoples,” explained the Regent at Jimbaran Perkanti Stadium, Bali, after giving his support to Kenambai Umbai team who competed in Menpora National Series Cup on Wednesday (5/9 / 2018)
Meanwhile, the Coordinator of Jayapura Regional Customary Council (DAS) Daniel Toto said the landowners must be involved in establishing the regulation on the customary land.
It would be a crucial issue if the local government does not involve the customary landowners in drafting a regulation on communal land. Therefore, I agreed with Jayapura Regent who proposed postpone until the consultation with the customary landowners in the respective regions,” he said. (*)
 
Reporter: Engel Wally
Editor: Pipit Maizier
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