IJSRP, Volume 6, Issue 1, January 2016 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
M. Ridwan Tuny, Hamka Naping, Munsi Lampe, Ansar Arifin
This article discusses the existence of traditional institutions Saniri country continues to be Reproduced by indigenous groups in the State Tulehu in Central Maluku. State Saniri role as institutions of Deliberation issues concerning the interests of the country that Gave the wisdom and the rules that govern society in everyday life, Including the setting of social resources and natural resources. This research is qualitative techniques of data collection literature study, observation of activities that are the focus of research and interviews with the informants regarding the data required in this study. The results Showed that domestic Saniri as traditional institutions Reproduced by groups with a status quo power Certain clans within the structure of a particular society. Traditional institutions is also supported by Law No. 32 of 2004 and the Regulation on Foreign Maluku As Indigenous People Unity government. Yet in existence in the region, the country got a rejection Saniri institutions (resistance) of certain groups as their medium of political contestation in local dynamics.