Supporting Papua's Special Autonomy for Equitable Development

The government plans to extend Papua's Otsus. The community also supports the sustainability of Papua's Special Autonomy because it is considered capable of creating equitable development.

The existence of disbursement of funds through the Papua Special Autonomy (Otsus), Development in Cenderawasih Earth has already felt benefits for the community. Not only is the economy positively affected, but the social and cultural sectors are also participating. Head of the Center for Performance Analysis of the National Development Planning Agency, Velix Wanggai, revealed that infrastructure development is carried out with a cultural approach. This is because infrastructure has a social, economic and cultural role.
The existence of this infrastructure certainly facilitates the National logistics system. So that it can facilitate access between Papua and Outside Papua.

Velix Wanggai said infrastructure has social value, so that with the construction of markets, small towns in Papua will automatically become an arena for bringing together various ethnic groups in Papua.

He added, in regional or community economic development such as airports, ports, roads and others. He said, the cultural approach was to adopt economic or commodity development.

Logically, infrastructure is considered capable of supporting economic centers which have an impact on reducing prices.

On different occasions, Prof. Imron Cotan as Observer of Papua and International Politics considers Bappenas to involve 7 Papuan customary territories.

Prof. Imron explained that this was an achievement of Bappenas, namely its success in building infrastructure with a cultural approach or local wisdom.

The Indonesian President Joko Widodo has also issued Presidential Instruction (Inpres) Number 9 of 2020 concerning the acceleration of welfare development in the Provinces of Papua and West Papua. The Presidential Instruction was issued on September 29, 2020.

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