Papua Provincial Government Gives Special Attention to Indigenous Papuans
Jayapura, Jubi – Papua Provincial Government promised to give special attention to indigenous Papuans, admitting that its programs have not been carried out perfectly.
Papua Governor Lukas Enembe said the provincial government needs correction and constructive input developing Papua to ensure good governance, outreaching the community and affecting people in particularly the indigenous Papuans.
“It is to materialize the expectations of the people’s representatives that certainly reflects the expectations of the entire people of Papua,” Enembe told reporters in Jayapura recently.
Enembe urged the Papua Legislative Council and government officials to set planning to be implemented in the future years based on the implemented activities in 2015 and 2016.
“We have to give a guarantee to meet the basic needs of indigenous Papuans,” he said.
In doing this process, said Enembe, the indigenous Papuans must be guaranteed to have sufficient food, clothing, shelter, qualified education and health services as well as to improve the independence of the community economic.
“Developing a large region comes with big challenges, but the actions taken are not small, sporadic, and purely reactive, but huge, innovative, strategic, and comprehensive,” he said.
Enembe emphasized the government’s actions have been conducted in the entire sectors that simultaneously are moving ahead in the desired direction, because th provincial government sure that it is the fitted and best for the dignity of Papuans.
“We have trust and believe that we are able to manage whatever it has been created by God in this land to be our blessing,” said Enembe.
Therefore, he is expecting the supports from all local parliament’s members to control the implementation of devekopment and governancce in order to accelerate the achievement of the vision of Papua Provincial Government.
‘Of course this can be achieved through the synergy and partnership between the executive and legislative parties in the future,” he said. (*/rom)