Suara.com – President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) emphasized that he did not want agrarian conflicts that occurred in various regions in the country to continue.
He also stated that he did not want the small people to not have legal certainty over the land owned by the people.
“I’ve said many times that I don’t want the agrarian conflicts that have occurred in many areas to continue. And I don’t want the underprivileged people to have no legal certainty over the land on which they depend,” said Jokowi in his remarks on the handing over of certificates for redistribution of object land. Agrarian Reform at the Bogor Presidential Palace, West Java, Wednesday (22/9/2021).
In addition, the former Governor of DKI Jakarta also does not want entrepreneurs not to have legal certainty over their business land.
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“That is, legal certainty on land that gives justice to all parties is in our common interest,” he said.
Jokowi said that the government is committed to providing legal certainty that is just. In fact, in every limited cabinet meeting, this commitment is often discussed with his staff.
The former mayor of Solo revealed that he had invited regional heads to resolve agrarian conflicts in his area.
“I have also invited civil society organizations several times to discuss options for resolving each existing land case,” he said.
Not only that, Jokowi said many agrarian conflicts and land disputes have been going on for a very long time. Even up to 40 years, the land problem has not been resolved.
“Many conflicts have been going on for a long time, even for a very long time. Some are decades or even 40 years, but the problems are not resolved,” said Jokowi.
Source: Suara.com – Informasi Berita Terkini dan Terbaru Hari Ini by www.suara.com.
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