Poverty in Yellow Traffic Light Central Sulawesi

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THE POST Disaster on 28 September 2018 ago, awaited a time bomb with high poverty rates, especially in urban areas, such as Palu City. Although in the two buffer districts which are also highly affected by Sigi and Donggala, they will also experience the same thing. The portrait of the threat of high poverty was triggered by residents who lost their jobs, businesses, agricultural land and livestock.

Thus summarized from limited discussion ‘Central Sulawesi Rises & Strong; The Economic & Social Problem Perspective held by the Untad Student Study forum yesterday (11/21/2018) in Palu. According to Surahman, the threat of rising poverty was already yellow. ‘’ Yellow Light is not only careful but alert to be more dangerous. Need a tendentious policy that directly impacts the citizens. If it does not endanger order, security and investment, '' explained the lecturer at Tadulako University Palu.

Presented at this time, there are five big hotels in Palu closed. It is certain that many workers are laid off since the hotels might no longer operate. ’’ If one hotel has 100 people on average, then there are 500 new unemployed people affected by the earthquake. How many SMEs along the Palu Bay coastline that are currently survivors can no longer work? How do you rise up? Tendentious intervention. 'Disbursing aid funds from outside and within the country,' he said.

Meanwhile, it was reported from Central Sulawesi DPRD building that Governor Longki Djanggola himself admitted that 2017 poverty in his area had risen. From 14.14 percent (March 2017) to 14.22 percent (September 2017). This was reflected in the introductory speech of the Financial Note on the draft of Regional Regulation on 2019 Central Sulawesi Regional Budget.

The economic growth of Central Sulawesi in 2017 was 7.14 percent, a slight slowdown compared to 2016 was 9.98 percent, although this achievement was relatively high compared to the achievement of national economic growth of 5.07 percent.

While Central Sulawesi's per capita GDP increased significantly from Rp.41.14 million in 2016 to Rp. 45.26 million in 2017 was conveyed by Governor Longki Djanggola at the plenary session for the delivery of financial notes on Central Sulawesi Provincial Budget T.A. 2019 in Central Sulawesi DPRD Building on Wednesday (11/21). The Governor added that in terms of employment, the open unemployment rate (TPT) in Central Sulawesi in 2017 was 3.81 percent. This achievement is relatively low compared to the achievement of National TPT in the same year at 5.50 percent.

While for the development of poverty rates in 2017 in Central Sulawesi in September 2017 amounted to 14.22 percent, a slight increase compared to the month of March 2017 of 14.14 percent. This figure is still relatively high compared to the national poverty percentage in September 2017 at 10.12 percent.

According to the Governor of Central Sulawesi, the increase in the poverty rate in Central Sulawesi is a consequence of the increase in the Central Sulawesi poverty line, from Rp391,763 in March 2017 to Rp408,522. The Governor stated that in drafting the 2019 APBD, the Central Sulawesi provincial government is guided by policies that outlined in Regulation of Ministry of Internal Affairs Number 38 of 2018 concerning the guidelines for the preparation of APBD TA 2019, APBD structure is one unit consisting of regional income, expenditure and financing.

"Alhamdulillah, in 2019 we will get an additional transfer fund for the regional incentive fund (DID) of Rp. 20.6 billion in accordance with the laws and regulations, the funds are intended for basic public services in the health and infrastructure sector. DID is a reward or from the central government that is only given to the regions that are performing well in regional financial management, basic public services, regional economies and community welfare, the main criteria of which are BPK opinion on regional financial performance reports and timely regulations. year, "said the Governor. Related to this, the Governor expressed his gratitude and high appreciation for the performance and cooperation of all relevant parties from the legislative, executive and community levels of Central Sulawesi Province so that these achievements can be achieved together.

The Governor hopes that this synergy will continue to run strong in an effort to continuously improve the development performance so that we will continue to receive DID in the coming years. He continued, Governor Longki Djanggola said, for the allocation of blood for the transfer of DAU Central Sulawesi in 2019, it increased by 1.63 Trillion or an increase of Rp.51 billion from 2018 amounting to Rp. 1.58 Trillion. This is related to government policies that consider regional fiscal gaps,

While it is different from the DAU funds that increase, the income of funds sourced from the tax/non-tax profit sharing funds of Central Sulawesi in 2019 only reaches Rp. 205.5 billion or down Rp. 49 billion compared to the 2018 ceiling of Rp. 255.4 billion.

Related to the draft RAPBD T.A. 2019 submitted by the Governor of targeted regional revenues of Rp.4.122,249,818,767.00, for the planned allocation of regional expenditure of Rp. 4,117,478,361,362.00 and for financing consisting of planned financing receipts of Rp. 55,428,542,595.00 and financing expenses of Rp. 60,200,000,000.00.

Ending his remarks The Governor asked all council members to discuss further on the draft of Regional Regulation concerning Central Sulawesi Province APBD. 2019 also presented at the plenary meeting were the Chair of the DPRD, Deputy Chairmen and members of the Central Sulawesi Provincial Council, the Forkopimda, the head of the Central Sulawesi Regional Communities (OPD) and the Head of Bank Indonesia.**
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