whatwonderfullworld.com – Suara Indonesia Laboratory released the results of its research related to a public survey of the figure of the deputy governor of Papua.
The seat of deputy governor of Papua is still vacant after Klemens Tinal died due to illness at the Abdi Waluyo Hospital in Jakarta on May 21, 2021.
The Executive Director of the Indonesian Voice Laboratory (LSI) Albertus Dino explained that the election of deputy governor was the right of the coalition party supporting and supporting Lukas Enembe and the late Klemens Tinal. However, he continued, the voices of the Papuan people could be a reference for political parties to elect a new deputy governor.
To find out the perception of the Papuan people, LSI immediately conducted research using a survey method to 1,226 respondents spread proportionally in 29 districts or cities from the population of the 2019 Presidential Election Permanent Voters List (DPT) of 3.5 million voters.
Determination of the selected respondents using multistage random sampling method. This survey has a 95 percent confidence level. This research was conducted from 3-21 January 2022.
“The survey findings show that 76.8 percent of Papuans want the deputy governor of Papua to be appointed and inaugurated on the grounds that public services in Papua are more optimal, and 15.6 percent do not care about the position of deputy governor of Papua. Meanwhile, 7.6 percent did not answer,” said Albertus Dino in his statement, Monday (31/1/2022).
Albertus said that from the survey results it was also found that the figure of the deputy governor of Papua that the people wanted was as many as 73.7 percent wanted a figure from the civilian community, not former or retired members of the Indonesian National Police/TNI and as many as 4.7 percent wanted a figure from the Police/TNI circles. TNI. Meanwhile, 10.4 did not question the background of the deputy governor of Papua, and 11.2 percent did not answer.
Furthermore, it was found that 86.2 percent wanted the deputy governor of Papua to be a native son from regencies and cities in Papua Province. Then, as much as 7.2 percent did not question the original son from Papua. Meanwhile, 6.6 percent did not answer.
“The results also found that as many as 69.8 Papuan vice governors had to be young Papuans, while 22.6 percent did not have to be Papuan youths and 7.6 did not answer,” explained Albertus.