Three-year Leadership of Puncak Jaya Regent and Vice Regent Lukas Emenbe and Henok Ibo

A surprising new breakthrough led by Regent and Vice Regent of Jayapura is emerging in various sectors. After being inagurated by Papuan Governor  Barnabas Suebu on 28 June 2007 both leaders keep pace with growth of the Puncak Jaya.  For the infrastructure,  they has been helping to renew and build it in rural and urban municipalities across Puncak Jaya ranging from street paving,  the esthablishment of Regent and local House of Representative Offices,  and many others.  Airport as similar as to Hasanuddin Airport in Makassar has been built and it will become the most finest airports in the mountains. Imagine, the street along the Mulia airport as long as 900 meters,  Fawi airport 800 meters and  Beoga airport  500 meters has finished to pave. The driving  from Wamena-Tolikara- Mulia is easier and shorter  and after route from Mulia – Tiom is opening and trip from Wamena to Tiom is only 4 hours, comparing from 10 hours in the past.  

For health sector, Puncak Jaya regency has concentrated with development of health centers such as Puskesmas.  In the field of Education, Puncak Jaya regency has 6 billion Rupiah budget,  give more scholarships to Puncak Jaya students both studying in Papua and outside Papua, and has built some dormitories in some cities.  Approximately 500 students graduted from school  have been promoted to be civil servants in Puncak Jaya.  This year, Puncak Jaya has been proclaimed as a City Tour and Mountain Park.  The only obstacle of Puncak Jaya development is come from small perpetrator groups that is Security Disturbance Movement (GPK) TPN / OPM. The activity of TPN/OPM in two districts of Puncak Jaya namely Tingginambut and Yambi District expunge all areas in Puncak Jaya.

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