The Perspective of Nation Sovereignity as the basic Formation of new Regional Autonomy in Border and Outback Region in Indonesia. (Case study of new autonomy in Border and outback region Establishment in the Province of North Borneo)

Vieta Imelda Cornelis, Sudarsono ., Jazim Hamidi


Indonesian borders and the outback region are areas full of uniqueness because on one hand they are the front gate  or porch , entrance and is the sovereign borders of the Republic of Indonesia , However they seem to be far away from the government so that it can   be said they are citizens without citizenship in terms of the welfare because they touched by the central  government , not to mention the problems of the border region they face which deal with external sovereignity such as issues out illegal logging , trafficking , illegal fishing , drug smuggling and illicit drugs annexation  neighboring countries. There for, one of the solutions which consideran proper, in order to shorten span of control in administration and public services at the same time optimizing welfare in Border Regions and the outback region Indonesia they new Autonomous Formation. Regional Autonomy in Indonesians borders and outback region  should be pursued with the authority of the central government which more actively give confidence to local government in order to accelerate the realization of public welfare and strengthen the Integrity of the Republic of Indonesia and is based on the principle that the Nation's Sovereignty as and Capital Perspective framework both in the formation of Autonomous regional governments as well as the implementation of the New Frontier and the Inland region.

Keywords : borders, the outback region, span of control in administration, the nations sovereignty, autonomous regional governments

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