Setting The Urgency Islands Region Province In The System Of National Space Arrangement

Zainuri ., I NyomanNurjaya, Abdul Rachmad Budiono, Bambang Winarno


In 2015 a change in the number of islands in Indonesia country which previously amounted to 17 508 islands became 17,499 islands with details of 13 466 islands and 4,033 islands named yet named. The foregoing is reinforced in Article 25 A of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1945. Article 3 of Law No. 26 Year 2007 on Spatial Planning Implementation confirms that spatial planning is aimed at establishing national spatial safe, comfortable, productive, and sustainable based Archipelago and National Security. However, Law No. 26 of 2007 is not set to the region in the island province of the national spatial planning system. The legal issues in this paper is the urgency of setting archipelago province in the national spatial planning system. Urgency is based on geographical aspects (territorial), where the characteristics of the territory of Indonesia, which consists of the islands and the islands, the guarantee in Article 25 A Constitution NRI 1945, the statement in the declaration Juanda 1957 on the archipelago insight and UNCLOS in 1982, in addition in the history of spatial Indonesia in 1938 the Dutch government has designed the arrangement of space-oriented Indonesian archipelago.

Keywords: Islands Province, Spatial, Space Arrangement.

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