Agree to Continue, and Complete Evaluation of the Special Autonomy Fund

Four figures from the five customary areas in Papua province together with Papuan youth leaders who are members of the Papuan Customary Voice Forum agreed to make a statement for sustainability and a comprehensive audit of the use of Papua's Special Autonomy funds.

The reading of a statement of attitude by the traditional leaders, which asked the government to conduct a comprehensive audit of the use of Otsus funds in Papua and to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of all Otsus programs in Papua and ask that Otsus be continued

This was said by the Chairman of the Indigenous Peoples Organization (LMA) Nabire Socrates Sayori together with the Chief of the Keerom Tribe (Wii-Kaya) Herman Yoku, the Saireri Traditional Leader in Jayapura, Niko Mauri, the Chief of the Lapago region in Tanah Tabi, Yulius. Kogoya, Deputy Chairman of the Community adat Lapago, Atinus Wakur, Chairman of the DPD Pemuda Mandala Trikora Papua Albert. A. Kabiay, Deputy Chairman of Ampera Eduardo. Rumatrai, Meniron Wenda Lapago Youth Leader, Lapago Youth Leader Oplinus Lambe and several other figures. In the meeting forum initiated by the Chairman of the Indigenous Peoples Organization (LMA) Nabire Socrates Sayori in Koya Koso, Muara Tami District, Wednesday (25/11) yesterday.

During the meeting, all the figures agreed to carry out an audit of the Papua Special Autonomy fund which has been disbursed since 2002 around Rp. 127 trillion with the Province of West Papua.

"If the Special Autonomy Law should be accepted well by all levels of society regardless of the various problems that occur and if there are objectors it is common, but I want to say that rejecting the Special Autonomy is just asking for a referendum that is not as easy as turning the palm of the hand," said the head of the Besar tribe Herman Yoku.

Meanwhile, Saireri's traditional leader in Jayapura Niko Mauri added that he himself as one of the perpetrators of the history of the decline in Papua's Special Autonomy, so he asked the predecessor's struggle for Otsus to come down to common attention because now those who talk about Otsus fail, of course, they must be questioned on what basis and there are data or not.

Chairman of the Indigenous Peoples' Institute (LMA) Nabire Socrates Sayori emphasized that before the Special Autonomy was continued, an audit had to be carried out. So that it can be a joint evaluation.

In a different place, the Deputy Chairperson of the DASS, Yakob Fiabetauw, the special autonomy budget disbursed by the central government from 2000 to 2020 continued to increase, which was focused on four priority programs, namely aspects of education, health, infrastructure, and community economic empowerment. This is proof that the central government's attention to Papua is so great.

"There are many examples of Otsu's success, such as in the field of education, there are thousands of indigenous Papuan children sent to school abroad, whether they are sent to Australia, New Zealand, Germany, the Netherlands and America. Then sent to Africa, China to Japan, "he said.

As Ondoafi Sosiri, Boas Assa Enoch asked all parties to accept Otsus and not to refuse, because many things have been found there, for example Papuan children studying abroad. This is all from Otsus money.

In addition, the Head of the Lapago Yapis Tribe, Errnest Tabuni conveyed, various infrastructure and transportation facilities in the land, sea and air transportation sector, such as the construction of six airports in Papua Province, namely Ewer Airport, Kepi Airport, Ilaga Airport, Oksibil Airport, Nabire Airport New and Mopah Airport and Sentani Airport improvements.

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