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Voice of Baptist Papua---Jubi Head of Papua, Alex Rumaseb, admitted from the existing data, the rate of migration to Papua per year is 6.39 percent. So that from the population census data, there are actually 30 percent of Papuans and migrants are 70 percent. Migration flows that come to Papua as influenced four important motivation, namely money, building materials, foodstuff and the person or people who come to Papua.
Even former Secretary Paniai recognition of this, it came to the Papua migration, the more poor people and tended and managed to 'catch' return the money, building materials and foodstuffs. Papuans not 'catch' it. As I illustrate the term 'catch' with the title facing west.
"They (the poor migration) facing westward 'catch' these four things," Rumaseb illustrations are present as a discussant in a book review, the work of Anthony Ayorbaba in his second book with the title The Way Papua: Latent Conflict Dynamics and Reflections 10 Years of Autonomy Papua.
In fact the word Rumaseb, Papua is the three regions in the world that determines the world in the future, because natural resources are very 'sexy' and ogled the world. "We have a variety of biological, cultural, natural beauty and wealth and wisdom," said Rumaseb.
But again the word man derived Biak-Toraja, Papua that fact has always been setting opinion that surfaced as an area of conflict. That is why according to Rumaseb, what was written by Anthony Ayorbaba in the works of his book that is a fact of which is now happening.
"What is written is that we live in today," said Rumaseb are present as a discussant in a thick 313 page book review on Monday, (9 / 1) in the Auditorium of RRI Jayapura.
In the same place, Pdt. DR. M.Th. Mawene STT GKI IS academics. Kijne Abepura in conclusion recognize books written specially Ayorbaba that autonomy is not a road between or middle ground, but two different poles ie between staying in the Republic of Indonesia or Independent, but a temporary road.
Opinion was expressed from the point of view as someone who was born and raised in Papua and who prefers to consider himself a Papuan.
Voices of Papua Tabloid owner, Hana Hikoyabi in his speech as the publisher of the book, acknowledged, talked about the Special Autonomy (Autonomy) Papua, there are four things that people actually want to achieve through the implementation of the Papua Special Autonomy Law of Papua, among other physical and non physical development for the residents Papua, the implementation of affirmative action policies for indigenous Papuans, the recognition of the existence of indigenous peoples and settlement of political problems and past human rights.
But what happens Hikoyabi words, just to the west of Papua Province is separated into West Papua Province. Kusus autonomy for Papua Province also requires legal certainty that are urgent and immediate.
"This is important so as not to create barriers to accelerated development, kususnya social, economic and political as well as infrastructure," said Hikoyabi