REDISTRIBUTION OF REFORMA AGRARIA LAND OBJECT (TORA) IN SULAWESI TENGGARA PROVINCE, INDONESIA
Journal: Science Heritage Journal | Galeri Warisan Sains (GWS)
Author: Rizma Aldillah
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The imbalance between the land supply and the need for land, has caused many problems, sometimes the problem is very difficult to find a solution. With the redistribution of the TORA program in the Southeast Sulawesi province, it helped to slow down the problem slowly. Problems that often occur in the TORA program are generally narrow and unequal land ownership, land conflicts, legal inconsistencies, and damage to natural resources. To that end, the implementation of landreform activities in support of the TORA program in Southeast Sulawesi Province is a synergy of programs from the Central Government which is coordinated with the local Regional Government, in this case the Forestry Service, Forest Area Strengthening Agency, National Land Agency, Regional Development Planning Agency, Cipta Karya Construction and Design, Department of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in the Southern Province. So that the true purpose of the Agrarian Reform is to restructure the structure of ownership, use and utilization of agrarian resources, especially land by the state as the basis of national development to realize a more equitable agrarian structure for all Indonesian people, in this case the people of Southeast Sulawesi Province.