Supporting Otsus Papua

Special Autonomy (Otsus) for Papua has been proven to improve welfare in Papua, so it is hoped that Otsus can prosper the people of Papua.

The existence of the Papua Special Autonomy can be a middle way to strengthen Papuan integration as well as a bridge to pursue peace and build prosperity in the Land of Papua.

Through Otsus, Papuans are also required to be regional heads based on Article 12 of 21/2001 concerning Special Autonomy for Papua Province, the Governor and Deputy Governor are obliged to be Papuan.

The Chief of the Mansim Tribe, Frans Mansim said, if there are Papuans who reject the special autonomy system, it means that this group does not understand or understand about the special autonomy fund.

In line with Frans, Youth Leader Mansim, Abdul Rahman Mansim also supported the extension of special autonomy in Papua and West Papua.

According to him, this special autonomy will greatly support the community, especially since the allocation is clear for education, health and infrastructure.

Director of Public Policy Institute (PPI) Sujono HS said the youth of Papua and West Papua have the potential to develop the economy in eastern Indonesia. The President's special staff, Billy Mambrasar, agreed to this statement.

The young Papuan entrepreneur said that the education allocation for Papua's Special Autonomy funds could develop the competence of millennials. So they can explore their own abilities.

On a different occasion, West Papua Governor Dominggus Mandacan stated that the special autonomy policy and program launched by the central government for the land of Papua was quite successful.

Through otsus, the government can also build infrastructure such as roads, bridges, and other facilities and infrastructure, including empowerment programs for indigenous Papuans.

Dominggus also hopes that the central government can give greater authority to the regions in managing human resources (HR) and natural resources (SDA).

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