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1. The factors driving national integration as follows:
a. Historical factors that give rise to a sense of kinship and arms.
b. The desire for unity among the Indonesian people as expressed in the Youth Pledge dated October 28, 1928.
c. Patriotism among the people of Indonesia, as evidenced struggle, enforce, and independence.
d. Sense of sacrifice for the sake of the nation and the state, as evidenced by the many national heroes who died on the field of struggle.
e. An agreement or a national consensus in the embodiment of the Declaration of Independence, Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution, flag, national anthem Indonesia Raya, language Indonesian unity.

2. Factors inhibiting national integration as follows:
a. Indonesian society is heterogeneous (diverse) in factors of ethnicity with each local culture, local language, religious affiliations, race and so on.
b. A vast area of ​​the country, consists of thousands of islands surrounded by vast oceans.
c. The amount of possible threats, challenges, obstacles and interference that undermines the integrity, unity and integrity of the nation, both from inside and outside the country.
d. Still the magnitude of inequalities and inequities development and results of development raises a variety of discontent and despair in problems SARA (Tribe, Religion, Race, and the Inter-group), and regional separatist movements, demonstrations and rallies.
e. Their understanding "ethnocentrism" among some tribes that highlight the advantages of culture and cultures despise other tribes.

Barriers, Challenges, Threats, and National Integration Disorder