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    Chairman of West Java Parliament Please Governor Election Running Safe, Current and Do not Scare


    BANDUNG-The election of Governor and Vice Governor of West Java 2018 is expected to run safely, smoothly, comfortably, and not creepy. Pilkada should also reflect the spirit of West Java, namely the tradition of silih asah, silih asih, and silih asuh.

    This was stated by the Chairman of the West Java Provincial Parliament, Ineu Purwadewi Sundari, as the speaker at the event Integrated Bintek Updates of Voters Data for Provincial KPU, Regency / Municipal KPU, Regency / Municipal Panwas, PPK and Panwascam West Java in Bandung (20/12 / 2017)

    According to Ineu, it is not easy to hold elections smoothly, democratically and meet the expectations of the community. To achieve such an election, good cooperation between the government, parliament, political parties and the community must be supported.

    "But the most important of all is that the success of the election is very dependent on the commitment of KDP and PPS," said Ineu

    He mentioned that KDP and PPS are the spearheads of election organizers. In addition, Pilgub 2013 should be a benchmark. Although the paslon had litigation to the Constitutional Court, everything returned to normal after the verdict out.

    All must agree to build West Java together. There is no political tension and division because all have the same vision, mission, and hope. "Even now the atmosphere is still felt. I together with the Governor, KPU and Bawaslu West Java remain united to build West Java, "said Ineu.

    With regard to voter participation, the first female head of the DPRD in Indonesia reminded the importance of socialization for marginalized communities.

    "There must be a learning cooperation to the voters as well as strengthening the neutrality and professionalism of election organizers," he concluded (MAT)

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