BRIN Research Professor Erni Budiwanti’s Speech Alludes to Mandalika’s Budget
Koran Sindo · Wednesday 28 September 2022 16:32 WIB
Erni Budiwanti at the BRIN Research Professor Inauguration Oration, Wednesday (28/8/2022)/Inin Nastain
JAKARTA – Hundreds of victims of religious conflicts in Indonesia are currently still refugees.
On the other hand, the government seems to treat things differently by spending money on other sectors.
This was revealed when Erni Budiwanti delivered a scientific oration in the BRIN Research Professor Inauguration Oration, Wednesday (28/9/2022).
The professor of Anthropology assessed that there was a different treatment from the government in terms of dealing with refugees in the tourism sector.
“There are 40 families or 165 Ahmadiyah people living in the refugee camps in Mataram Lombok for 16 years, starting from 2006 until now. A similar fate has also been experienced by around 360 Shiites from Sampang district, Madura, East Java, who have taken refuge in Sidoarjo, East Java since 2012 until now,” said Erni, in her oration broadcast live on the BRIN YouTube channel.
Erni assessed that this condition gave rise to new problems, in terms of Human Rights (HAM).