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The government has set the political and legal policies to some specific regions such as Aceh Darusalam Nangro by law No.18 of 2001 on Special Autonomy in Aceh, Papua and the Law 21 of 2001 on Special Autonomy, Law - Law of Jakarta Special Region ( DKI) No.34 Year 1999, and Law area of Jakarta, Yogyakarta and widely about the unity of unity and recognition of indigenous peoples has been recognized in the Constitution - Constitution of the environment, forestry No. 41 years old in 1999 and sebagainya. Berdasarkan recognition and setting the basic laws and rules of the executing (the Act), then in 2001 the government issued a law - Papua special autonomy law which involves a specific set of local government authority in regulating various public policies in Papua for papua indigenous interests both in the economic, political, cultural and legal recognition, especially the legal authority adat.Berdasarkan this means also for the authority to empower the potential socio-cultural and economic communities in Papua, including her proper role for the indigenous people of Papua through Indigenous representatives, Religion, and Women. The role performed is to participate and to formulate local policies, determine the development strategy with diversity while respecting kesetaran and community life papua, preserving cultural and natural environment in Papua, which is reflected through a change of name from Irian Jaya to Papua, local symbol in the form of regional flag and regional songs as akualisasi shape identity of the people of Papua and recognition of the existence of customary rights, indigenous, indigenous communities, and the Law adat.Sebagai embodiments of the above policies in the torso Act mandated the establishment of the Papua Special Autonomy of Papua People's Assembly (MRP). MRP is essentially one of the formal political institutions (political structures supra) the provincial level. Papuan People's Assembly as an institution domiciled cultural representations of indigenous people in Papua with berlandasankan to the respect of tradition and culture, women empowerment, and observation of religious harmony. Along with the development community and the progress made through implementation of development more on the era of the Special Autonomy, has been movement in the values and degradation of native culture is often coupled with violations and also a waiver of fundamental rights of native people who papua is a fundamental right of human life, including the violation of cultural rights. Symptoms can be seen, among others, the sentiment ethnicity / tribalism or regionalism is strong among the indigenous tribes in Papua, as well as a unity of ethnic kecerderungan papua.Disadari that the symptoms are indeed a social phenomenon that is generally experienced by each community which is undergoing modernization process as was the case in Indonesia today, and especially in Papua today. Because after every society must have experience of social change, though distinct in lingkungannya.Agar instensitas and government in their policy objectives in accordance with the constitution and laws - the law of special autonomy through the special autonomy law in Papua mengamangatkan also formed a cultural container that called the Papuan People's Assembly (MRP), which has a role to accommodate the interests - the interests of indigenous Papuans and forwarded to the provincial government to be discussed together with the DPRP Perdasus. Besides overseeing the implementation of MRP also plays legislation - particularly the special autonomy law rights - the rights of indigenous peoples who have become government policy and the Papua provincial government. In line with the development of society and the progress made through implementation of development more on the era of the implementation of special autonomy, there has been a shift in values and degradation of native culture which is often coupled with violations and also a waiver of fundamental rights of indigenous people in Papua who is a fundamental right of human life, including violations of the rights culture in this research method that digukan pengelolahan kualatatif analysis of data description is qualitative research, where qualitative research is a cultural institution of indigenous Papuans. The data collection is in the form of an interview or interviews, observations, as well as dokumentasi.Kesimpulan, is the success of the Papua Special Autonomy in the short, medium, and long, determined by the extent to which good governance (good governance) can be created and developed ditumbuh in Papua Province. Papuan People need a government that is characterized by transparency, accountability, and democracy. Government in Papua province, ranging from provincial, district / municipal, district, arrived in the village should be able to work professionally as sn system and the executive and have high integrity. Only through good governance can bring the special autonomy for public virtue in all of Papua Province so the MRP sebagai lembbaga Papua natives representatatif culturally appropriate tasks and authority, and the rights and obligations, looking to provide recommendations to the central government, provincial government and district governments City, including the DPRP, and DPRD Papua Province west of County / City of West Papua Province, to implement measures through policy and mengimplementasiannya in the process of governance and development, so the native indigenous people in Papua and Papua can beradaptasi fairly in the process of development and so no more marginalized, however, on the contrary they can be saved, and in turn they actually become players and connoisseurs of development according to the soul, spirit and mandate of the Special Autonomy itself.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: J Political Science > J General legislative and executive papers
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Government Sience (65201)
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 09 May 2012 02:50
Last Modified: 09 May 2012 02:50

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