Paisal Halim, Abdul Rahim, Syamsiah Badruddin
Abstract: This study aims to find the driving factor of traditional conflict institutions of Kadie Mandati and the solutions of traditional institutions conflict. This research used a qualitative approach by using the in-depth interview as collecting data. The informant of this study was assigned as much 12 informants drawn at random way. Documentation and interviews are used to collect the data and analyzed by content, grammatical and historical interpretation analysis. The research concludes that The three factors driving the occurrence of dualism conflict of the indigenous institution in Kadie Mandati are legal, political and cultural factors. The conflict can be resolved through three solutions consist of Firstly, the declaration of Sultan Buton regarding the determination of legitimate traditional institutions in Kadie Mandati (Peacekeeping). Secondly, the revitalization LAKM as Kadie Mandati Indigenous Institute (peacemaking). Moreover, thirdly is political will in Wakatobi in the form of local regulations aimed at ensuring legal certainty and protecting the interests of indigenous peoples (Peacebuilding).
Keywords: Law, Cultural, Traditional Institutions