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    State Defense Day, Demiz Proposes Re-Review Foreign Organizations Regulation

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    BANDUNG-Challenges and threats to the sovereignty of the nation is increasingly complex. Even more terrifying, the threat was now attacking the various lines of national life, such as ideology, political, economic, and socio-cultural.

    Vice Governor of West Java Deddy Mizwar responds signed Government Regulation No. 59 of 2016 on Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) established by foreign nationals on December 2, 2016 and, by the President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo. He assesses the establishment of community organizations (CBOs) by foreigners (WNA) are quite disturbing. Vice Governor Deddy Mizwar then asks the central government reviewing the policy.

    "When it comes to State Defense ideology, well this should be cause for concern. Lest legislation contrary. Laws may need to be revisited by Court, it could be right. Contrary to the Pancasila we are not perfect, if I am still somewhat unsettled yes, unsettling, what benefits there are foreign organizations in Indonesia, are there are any benefits? Logically we see like that, even talk about defend the state, talking ideology, "said Deddy Mizwar, after Commemoration of 68th State Defense Day, and Archipelago Day in West Java province level, on the yard of Gedung Sate in Bandung, Monday (19/12).

    "While the Tap MPRS has not been revoked, the communist problem. So it should be tested in the Court. Must be tested because it has been legislated law, or indeed parliament revoke, or tested in the Court because the regulation was already out, "said Deddy.

    Things Deddy more worry namely, the establishment of foreigner organizations, it was instead a new upsurge in the community.

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