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26) For the camats (subdstrict heads), the extent of the territory under their control indicates their power and significance as officials; hence the contention over boundaries even though they are logistically incapable of actually administering these areas.
7) Since 1948, eight of the 15 camats up to 1986 have been Ambonese Christians, at least judging from their names; and most of the others outsiders of some other kind.
23) Criticism of camats and police should not be understood as disaffection or disloyalty to the Indonesian state.