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    Message of West Java Governor To New Cirebon Vice Regent


    BANDUNG-West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan inaugurates Selly Andriani Gantina as Vice Regent of Cirebon for the remainder of office period 2014-2019 in West Hall Gedung Sate Bandung, Tuesday (17/10/2017).

    The Governor of West Java told the newly inaugurated Vice Regent of Cirebon to immediately coordinate with the Cirebon Regent, able to work together, shoulder to shoulder by providing the best service to the people of Cirebon Regency.

    "Of course as Vice Regent should immediately coordinate with the Regent of Cirebon, working together shoulder to shoulder provide the best service to the people of Cirebon Regency," explained the Governor.

    Aher revealed that the development that has been going on in Cirebon Regency must be monitored consistently in order to be targeted, effective, efficient and equitable. Where the results enjoyed by the community according to the issued Regional Income Budgets (APBD) Cirebon Regency.

    "We give the mandate for the development in Cirebon regency to be guarded continuously so that the target, effective, efficient and fair," he said.

    According to Aher, Governor of West Java, all the existing development such as education, health, infrastructure, economy, fishery, agriculture, forestry, bureaucratic reform and all other development will lead to four things.

    First, said the Governor of West Java all kinds of development was able to eliminate poverty. Second, able to eliminate unemployment, third, how development creates a sense of comfort for the community, including protection of women and children.

    "And lastly, the fourth is development must be able to bring environmental safety because this becomes very important because the supply of life comes from the environment that includes clothing, food and shelter," he concluded. (MAT)

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