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    Ahmad Heryawan Appealed SCA Not Adding Lebaran Leave

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    BANDUNG-West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan asked the State Civil Apparatus in West Java Provincial Government (Pemprov) not to increase the number of Eid al-Fitr holiday (Lebaran).

    It was stated in the Letter of the State Apparatus Empowerment of Bureaucracy Reform Minister Number B / 21 / M.KT.02 / 2017 concerning Appeal to Not Give Annual Leave Before and After Eid with Idul Fitri 1438 H.

    The appeal is issued considering that based on Government Regulation (PP) Number 11 Year 2017 on the Management of Civil Servants, mutual leave does not reduce the annual leave rights. This year there are 6 days of leave together, ie 4 days leave of Lebaran, Christmas and New Year.

    "What is certain if it is a decision from the central government we must surely obey, we just announced that there is no additional time off," he told reporters at the Gedung Pakuan Bandung, Saturday (06/03/2017)

    Aher confirmed that after the leave with Lebaran SCA is required to re-enter work. This means no additional annual leave. In accordance with the provisions of the last working day of welcoming Eid is Friday 23 June. After that Idul Fitri holiday on June 25-26. Then followed the joint leave on 27-30 June.

    "I think 6 days leave of Lebaran is enough so there is no excuse anymore to add Lebaran leave. Active day of work started on July 3, 2017," he said.

    Aher rates on 6 days of leave that SCA can meet their social needs, including silaturhami with family can also be met. Includes the state right of SCA by returning to work.

    "Its circular letter we will later spread because as an affirmation to the SCA that should not increase the number of Eid leave," he concluded (MAT)

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