BANDUNG-West Java Sekda Iwa Karniwa submits building asset to the West Java Supervisory Board for Elections (Bawaslu) on Turangga Street No. 25, Tuesday afternoon (6/3/2018). In his speech, Iwa said, the asset handover of the building as a form of commitment to the West Java provincial government to succeed Election simultaneously in 2018 and the Legislative Election and President 2019.
"This is the term for the transfer of assets for using by West Java Supervisory Board for Elections that exist and required, the system is borrowed wear," said Iwa.
Iwa hopes, in carrying out his duties as election supervisor, West Java Supervisory Board for Elections no longer think about the place because it has been provided by the provincial government.
"So the energy and thoughts of Supervisory Board for Elections members are focused on the task of supervising and managing the election disputes," he explained.
Before submitted, the building that has been used by Supervisory Board for Elections has been renovated according to the needs of Supervisory Board for Elections.
"There is a courtroom and meeting that can hold up to 200 people and other facilities, but the treatment will be handed over to Supervisory Board for Elections," Iwa said.
The handover of the assets was also witnessed besides by members of Bawaslu Jabar, also by representatives from the elements of Kejati, High Court, West Java Police, TNI and community leaders. Assignment of assets is marked by the opening of a curtain that covers the name and logo Bawaslu Jabar attached to the 3 storey building. (Even)