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Community Attitude in Responding to Papua's Special Autonomic Challenges

Journal: International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Science (Vol.5, No. 12)

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Page : 76-80

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Since the birth of the policy, the central government issued or issued Law Number 21 of 2001 concerning Special Autonomy for the Provinces of Papua and West Papua Provinces. The law has so far been more than 20 years, from the 20 years that have been determined. However, the Papuan people, especially the small communities, admit that the results of special autonomy in Papua, the people have not been touched or enjoyed by the indigenous Papuans themselves. With the disappointment experienced by the indigenous Papuan people, they often staged demonstrations against the regional and central government, demanding "to restore and thwart special autonomy". Thus, it seems that the indigenous people of Papua are more likely to face and feel the formidable challenges as a result of special autonomy, this can be seen in several fields. Regarding the existence of special autonomy or post-special autonomy, of course, the Papuan people face various challenges in various sectors. These sectors or fields include social, political, economic, religious and so on

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