On this article he mentions on Handoko, a lawyer, who filed a claim through a district court to annul the Instruction Letter of Vice Governor DIY Number 898/I/ A/1975 on Prohibition of Owner ship of Land Right for Non-Indigenous Citizens. As reported by Kompas.com on March 1, 2018, the claim was rejected and Handoko now intends to file an appeal.
The agrarian law notes that prior to its promulgation, there exists many different treatments between groups of peoples in Indonesia. This treatment complicates the matter and is not in accordance with the unitary goals of the nation. This is one of the reasons why the agrarian law does not differentiate between indigenous and non-indigenous, but between Indonesian nationals and Indonesian non-nationals. However, Jogja has an executive order that clearly uses the terminology of ‘non-indigenous’. This maybe seen as a setback to our goal of maintaining national unity.
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