Regional Governance Based on the Value of Local Wisdom (Study of Ternate Empire)

Rumkel, Nam and Syafari, Tri and Yunus, Yahya (2021) Regional Governance Based on the Value of Local Wisdom (Study of Ternate Empire). In: ICSTIAMI 2019, 17-18 July 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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In Indonesia many areas have their own customary law, of course the customary law is derived from the oral tradition of the ancestors. Starting from Aceh to the Papua region has its own oral tradition story. But unfortunately, in the era of globalization and sophistication of science today make oral traditions in areas of Indonesia increasingly abandoned, especially the young generation as a successor to the oral tradition of the ancestors in the future. Customary law is a term given by law science circles in the past to the group, the guidelines and the reality that regulate and discipline the life of the people of Indonesia. Scientists at the time saw that the people of Indonesia, who live in remote areas live in order and they live orderly by referring to the rules they make themselves. Similar to in other parts of Indonesia, the triumph of the four empire of the earth Moloku Kie Raha (North Maluku) slowly began to be forgotten. In fact, Ternate Empire in the reign of Sultan Babullah dubbed the Ruler of 72 nations. The honor was obtained after that time, the Ternate Empire has a very large conquered area up in Mindanao, the Philippines to Sabah, Sulu, even the island of Timor. Based on the exposure, this paper will discuss about the values of local wisdom in Ternate that still exist and local governance that accommodate the values of local wisdom.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: customary law ternate empire the value of local wisdom local governance
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2021 10:39
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2021 10:39

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