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    Rianto: Sports Performer in PON are more Mature and Professional



    BANDUNG-The number of disputes submitted to the Council of Justice PB PON XIX decreased when compared to the lawsuit presented at the same event previously. Chairman of the Council of Justice PB PON XIX, M. Rianto said that so far the lawsuit disputes that go nine cases. This amount is less than the lawsuit that goes to the PON XVIII in Riau, incoming cases as many as 21 lawsuits. The announcement was made in a press conference held in the Main Media Center (MCU) PON XIX, Trans Luxury Hotel, Jalan Gatot Subroto Bandung, Tuesday (27/09/2016).

    Rianto states, nine cases that go to the appellate Council of Justice PB PON came from hang gliding sport, Karate (2 cases), Wushu, Hockey, Judo, Pool Beautiful (but revoked), abseiling (2 cases).

    He added, by its terms, the lawsuit previously submitted to the council judges the level of the sport. If the lawsuit or dispute did not provide an acceptable decision, the claimant can appeal to the Council of Justice PB PON.

    "To appeal or appeals to the Council of Justice, the plaintiff required to pay Rp 25 million lawsuit. The suit can also be delivered directly, but must be in accordance with applicable regulations" he said.

    Rianto added, it appealed to not worry about the performance of the Council of Justice, since the institution of judges will work professionally.

    "The decline in the number of disputes or claims submitted to the Council of Justice, it shows growing up and getting professional sports people in PON XIX. Do not worry anyway, we will work professionally," he said.

    "Decision of the Board of Judges are final and can not be appealed back in. In the process, prior to the trial, he said, is the process of mediation. If the mediation process does not occur decisions acceptable to both parties, the trial process is carried out next," he concluded.

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