UMM BEM Triggers an Action of Anti-Corruption Student

Author : Humas | Tuesday, October 25, 2016 13:42 WIB
 Dr Sidik Sunaryo are speaking about the phenomenon of corruption in Indonesia.
COOPERATING with the Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa of the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM BEM) and the Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK), Malang Corruption Watch (MCW) held MCW Goes to Campus, at UMM Dome on Monday (24/10). Fais Mirwan Hamid as the President UMM BEM hoped that this event become a momentum formation of sction of students anti-corruption .
After this activity, Fais also designed coaching clinic event to deepen the students knowledge about corruption. "Students should also be aware that not only fortify themselves but also have a duty to help the poor people," said the student from Ambon.
Working coordinator of MCW, Zainuddin, said that law enforcement was now in favor of capitalism. Capitalism was then robbed of Natural Resources (SDA), which was originally owned by all people and now only belong to one person. "Corruption of SDA is crime in neatly system . All elements turn into attacking the weak and defending the people with money, "said Zainuddin at the event under the theme 'Korupsi SDA Tanah Ini Diberi Bukan untuk Dibeli'.
"In Blitar, no farmer who was arrested by police who equipped with rifle without a warrant of arresting which means this was illegal," said the activist MCW who gave one example of a case. The arrest was related to corruption SDA was happening in Blitar.
Zainuddin also presented data that in the future Indonesia will experience a deficit of agricultural land if it is used for building more and more. "In the future, Indonesia will be a deficit of 730,000 hectares of agricultural land, increased in 2020 to 2.21 million hectares and continued to increase in 2030 to 5.38 million hectares," he explained further.
In line with Zainuddin, UMM legal experts, Dr. Sidik Sunaryo MHum, stated that SDA in Indonesia was very subjected by the corruptor. Land for the people of Indonesia is not just a treasure, said Sidik, but also had deep meaning for Indonesia people . "Land has religious significance which is believed that humans originated from the ground and going back to the ground. As well as the magical land also gives meaning to the people of Indonesia that has been passed down from generation to generation, "said the UMM Vice Rector III.
"People used to say if you want to enter the forest , there will be a white tiger or tiger stealth. Finally, people do not want to go into the forest and the impact is conserving the forest, "said Sidik who gave an example. With the existence of such a doctrine, the Indonesia  people had always retained the existing resources desperately. Indonesian beliefs that nature given to all was very deeply.
The event was attended by more than 200 students who were also watched the resistance of the people in the film Samin VS Cement. The documentary was to convey the great message insurgencies given to the authorities of the people when it came to the natural resource issues. (Jal / han)


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