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Di Atas Jangkauan Hukum

Di Atas Jangkauan Hukum

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Published by Rowland Pasaribu
“Bribery has now become common practice in
our judiciary. The judiciary can be bought like
a commodity.”
“Bribery has now become common practice in
our judiciary. The judiciary can be bought like
a commodity.”

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Published by: Rowland Pasaribu on Jul 09, 2010
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Di Atas Jangkauan Hukum:
Korupsi, Kolusi,Nepotisme (KKN) dan Nasib Hutan IndonesiaCorruption, Collusion, Nepotismand the Fate of Indonesia’s Forests
Introduction1Law of the Jungle4The Untouchable Tanjung Lingga17The Plight of Tanjung Puting28Conclusions and Recommendations35Kesimpulan/Rekomendasi36References/Referensi37
EIA and Telapak would like to thank themany community groups, individuals andNGOs working together with EIA/ Telapak on the
illegal logging
issue fortheir help in the compiling of this report.EIA and Telapak would also like tothank the Richard and Rhoda GoldmanFund, Barbara Delano Foundation,Ruben and Elisabeth Rausing Trust,Winley Foundation, theMulti-stakeholder Forestry Programme(funded by DFID in collaboration withMoFor) and other donors for their kindsupport of our work.Many thanks to Brian Emmersonand all at Emmerson Press for theprinting of this report(Emmerson Press tel: 01926 854400)Designed by Clare Mellor at Full Stop(clare.mellor@btinternet.com)Researched, Written and Edited byDave Currey, Faith Doherty, SamLawson, Julian Newman, M.YayatAfianto, Hapsoro, Mardi Minangsari,and Arbi Valentinus.Opinions expressed are of EIA andTelapak and acknowledgement of support does not necessarily mean oursupporters hold the same views.
Front and back cover photos : © Dave Currey
Indonesian President Megawati Soekarnoputrihas supported her Minister of Forestry andstated that “. . . we must give our forests achance to take a breath”. But tacit support isnot enough because no Minister alone has thepower to fight the deep cancer destroying allparts of Indonesia’s fragile future – corruption.The President must personally ensure thather government acts against timber barons suchas Peoples’ Consultative Assembly (MPR)member Abdul Rasyid whose company standsaccused of being behind the destruction of Tanjung Puting National Park, transportingillegal logs, bribery, kidnap and violence.Without such figures being prosecuted and jailed for their crimes there is no hope orreason for underpaid officials to refuse a bribe.Although poverty, economic collapse,provincial autonomy and many other factorscontribute to forest destruction, these are not atthe core of the problem. Forests are beingdestroyed because Indonesia is one of the mostcorrupt countries in the world and many in thepolitical, business and military elite are unwillingto surrender the wealth and power thatIndonesia’s natural resources have given them.If being measured as one of the most corruptcountries in the world alongside Kenya and worsethan Azerbaijan were not bad enough news for
Presiden Indonesia Megawati Soekarnoputritelah mendukung Menteri Kehutanan danmenyatakan bahwa “. . . kita harus memberikesempatan kepada hutan kita untuk bernapas”. Namun dukungan tanpa tindakantidaklah cukup, karena Menteri seorang diritidak memiliki kekuasaan untuk memerangikanker parah yang merusak seluruh sendi masadepan Indonesia yang rentan, yaitu korupsi.Presiden secara personal harus memastikanbahwa pemerintahannya mengambil tindakanterhadap cukong kayu seperti Abdul Rasyid,anggota MPR, yang perusahaannya beradadibalik perusakan Taman Nasional TanjungPuting, pengangkutan kayu ilegal, penyuapan,penculikan dan kekerasan. Bila tokoh sepertidia tidak dituntut dan dipenjarakan ataskejahatan-kejahatan yang dilakukan, makatidak ada harapan atau alasan bagi petugasbergaji kecil untuk menolak uang suap.Walaupun kemiskinan, kehancuranekonomi, otonomi propinsi dan banyak faktorlainnya berperan dalam perusakan hutan,namun semua itu bukanlah akarpermasalahannya. Perusakan hutan terjadikarena Indonesia adalah salah satu negara yangpaling korup di dunia, di mana banyak elitpolitik, bisnis dan militer tidak mau melepaskekayaan dan kekuasaan yang mereka peroleh
Orangutans arestruggling to survive.
“...we must give our forests a chance to take a breath.” 
President MegawatiSoekarnoputri,May 2002
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