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Equitable of Agrarian Policy: Analysis of land use for plantations in Riau Province

Author Affiliations

  • 1University of Riau, Agricultural Sciences, University of Andalas Padang, Kampus University of Riau, Jl. H.R. Soebrantas Km 12,5 Simpang Baru Panam Pekanbaru 28293 INDONESIA
  • 2 Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, University of Andalas Padang; Kampus University of Riau, Jl. H.R. Soebrantas Km 12,5 Simpang Baru Panam Pekanbaru 28293 INDONESIA
  • 3 Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Andalas Padang; Kampus University of Riau , Jl. H.R. Soebrantas Km 12,5 Simpang Baru Panam Pekanbaru 28293 INDONESIA

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 4, Issue (2), Pages 10-15, February,6 (2015)

Abstract

This paper is a research article about "how the reality of agrarian policy aspects of land use for plantations in Riau Province?, what are the implications to the subject of agrarian (state plantation companies, private plantation companies and people) and how reconstruction ?. The analysis uses the concept of o. the marginalization; ii. monopoly; iii. the dominance of the aspects and sub-aspects. A sample of 50 respondents. The results of this study found agrarian policy aspects of land use plans and the implementation of agrarian does equitable to the subject. In the aspect of policy content control, ownership and land use that would be realized is not adequate to accommodate the rights and interests of agrarian subject. In the implementation of the policy has occurred marginalization plantation on access (rights and opportunities); the benefits of control, ownership, land us to the people, both on the pattern right to cultivate pure and in a partnership:HGU-NES Transmigration Plasma and Plasma NES Loan Primary Member; occurs monopoly plantation company to the people on the typical resources and economies of scale plantings business; there is dominance of the people on the policy aspects; implications for strengthening the existence of marginalization, monopoly and domination of state and private plantation companies in the sub-aspects of access, control, expediency, political policy; 'alienation right of the people to access the benefits and political policies of land resources; away of independent smallholders to have factors of production (land) to prosper. Reconstruction of equitable agrarian policy recommended that; i. reduction of power for domination; ii. strengthening economic democracy against monopolies; iii. strengthening equalization of rights subject to marginalization and agrarian; iv. strengthening the government's obligation to the prosperity and welfare of the people.

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