Four Marine Awakening Strategies - Fisheries

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Four Marine Awakening Strategies - Fisheries

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Sunday, 3 January 2021


Four Marine Awakening Strategies - Fisheries

The oceanic - fisheries transition is stagnating.  Although the economic point of view is still running.  However, it has not yet determined to be a supplier of Non-Tax State Revenue (PNBP) to the maximum.

 For the state and government, it is important that PNBP supply is expected to be maximized in the future so that there is a balance.

 Therefore, there are several things that will be homework in the future of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, as follows:

 1. Building Awareness of Indonesian Public Trust, special wabil: fishermen, cultivators, farmers, salt farmers, bakulan traders, fisherman households, industrial workers, general fisheries community, seaweed farmers, entrepreneurs, exporters and so on.

 An attitude of awareness and trust is something that must be done during the government's tenure so that the marine and fisheries sector becomes the support for the core zone of the people's economic cycle.

 Apart from that, the trust needs to be implemented in the form of policies through an open metality mental scheme so that the trust in marine and fisheries management becomes an important part of the country's development.

 2. Evaluation of policies, the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) has not met the standard expectations of the community: fishermen, cultivators, farmers, salt farmers, bakulan traders, fishermen households, industrial workers, general fisheries community, seaweed farmers, entrepreneurs, exporters and others  so.

 Because they are still struggling with monopoly (one policy) which has only regulated and prohibited the transfer of power from decentralization to the regions as the basis for marine and fisheries management.

 In fact, the emergence of the Omnibuslaw Law has become a new energy for Marine and Fisheries which can be regulated by the division of authority for managing the superior sectors of Marine and Fisheries commodities, both in terms of capture fisheries and aquaculture.

 3. Ecosystem Sustainability.  During the past few years, there has been a very real competition among conservationism groups with socio-economic empowerment.  In the future, there must be a balance created by harmonizing the ecosystem sustainability system that takes into account various aspects, for example: eradicating illegal fishing must involve all parties such as the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), TNI, POLRI.

 Especially, the matter of licensing which must be centralized in accordance with the OMNIBUSLAW Law which must be accelerated so that the Marine - Fisheries business world can rise quickly.  This is done to accelerate the economic movement of the community so that fishing and cultivation activities can reach the target according to the government's roadmap.

 4. Eradicating Corruption.  This strategy is very important as an achievement for the Marine and Fisheries sector.  The commitment to eradicate corruption is an indicator of progress towards achieving sustainability, both in the process of eradicating illegal fishing, licensing, and budget realization.

 This is a priority that must be achieved as a form of joint commitment to foster public trust on various problems and chaos in the Marine and Fisheries sector.


 Thank you


 Rusdianto Samawa
 Indonesian Fishermen Front (FNI)