Jurnal Ilmiah Mahasiswa STKIP PGRI Sumbar
|Nama / NPM||Purwandi / 14070029|
|Program Studi||Pendidikan Sosiologi|
|Pembimbing I||Rinel Fitlayeni|
|Pembimbing II||Rio Tutri|
Land Acquisition Conflict for the Construction of the Great Mosque in Land with HGU Status PT. Mitra Kerinci in South Solok Regency. Essay. Sociology Education Study Program. College of Education and Education (STKIP) PGRI West Sumatra. Padang. 2019. The construction of the Great Mosque originated from the vision and mission of the South Solok Regent who wanted to create a Religious Nagari and later would become the Isalamic Center Mosque but when the development process was blocked due to the land certificate not yet resolved and resulted in the LG conflict and customary parties to the PT. Kerinci Partners whose status is the business rights (HGU). The theory used in this study is the theory of Simon Faisher, This study uses a qualitative, The selection of informants used a purposive sampling technique, Data analysis using interactive data analysis models by Miles and Huberman. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the roots of conflict and conflict actors in land acquisition that will be built by the Great Mosque on HGU status land of PT. The Kerinci partner in South Solok Regency has its roots due to the issues that the PT. Mitra Kerinci obstructed the process of building the Great Mosque and did not accept the exchange of 5 hectares of land owned by PT. Mitra Kerinci was replaced with 25 hectares owned by the Regional Government and conflict Actors namely the local government and the PT. Mitra Kerinci.
HGU, Land Conflict, Goverment, Private CompaniesLogin terlebih dahulu.