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    West Java KPU Open Registration of Legislative Candidate Until July 17th

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    BANDUNG - The General Elections Commission (KPU) of West Java Province opens opportunities for people who want to become legislators by opening the registration of candidates for DPRD members until July 17, 2018 and registration service candidates for DPD RI members on 9 to 11 July 2018.

    Commissioner KPUD Jabar Technical Division Endun Abdul Haq said for the community who are ready to run for legislator to input data to the Information System of Candidate (Silon)

    "Please for those who are ready for data input, if any difficulties, please consult to the KPU and we are ready to serve," said Endun in an event at Hotel Papandayan, Bandung, Thursday (05/07)

    According to Endun, for this registration candidates do not need to legalize electronic ID card and for health letter not necessarily from Hasan Sadikin Hospital (RSHS) the most important letter coming from government hospital, so also for physical and spiritual healthy description can be put together or apart .

    "For a certificate such as drug-free, it can be accepted as long as the published government agencies are competent and diploma, which must be submitted enough certified high school diploma and wet stamp with the date and year can legalisir at any time," he said.

    Endun adds that if the applicant's degree wishes to be complete in the ballot, the applicant must include a copy of the S1, S2 or S3 certificate, all of which are legalized with a wet stamp, including if the name is different from the KTP, then the name in the ballot will be adjusted to the ID card.

    "If the name in the diploma is different from the KTP, then the candidate must request a letter from the school concerned," he said. (Parno)

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