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    Vice Governor Enlivens the 222 Days Toward PON/Peparnas 2016 in Bekasi


    BEKASI-Vice Governor of West Java, Deddy Mizwar enlivened the event of 222 days towards PON and Peparnas 2016 by kicking the ball to the people who witnessed these event. This event took place in the area of Car Free Day, Jl. Ahmad Yani Bekasi City, on Sunday (28/2). A total of 222 balls handed to Bekasi City residents were symbolically handed over vice governor to Bekasi Mayor, Rahmat Effendi.

    This event was attended by Vice Chairman of the Central Sports Committee, Mayor of Bekasi, West Java deputy chairman of Parliament, officials of the PON/Peparnas committee, Robby Dervish a legendary athlete and weightlifter athlete named Sodikin.

    Due to the rain this morning, then it causing not so many people presented, whereas it is usually crowded by people who exercise in this car free day area. However, it did not dampen Deddy Mizwar to continue to socialise the PON/Peparnas in West Java.

    In his speech, he remained consistent to invite residents to participate to succeed it. "Public participation in West Java to supports PON/Peparnas would encourage the organisers to achieve the success of PON in West Java as Jabar Kahiji,” said Vice Governor.

    Deddy Mizwar hoped PON and Peparnas in West Java will success for their intended purpose, namely the successful implementation, successful achievements, successful administration, and successful economy.

    Through these fourth key success, Vice Governor West Java invited all citizens to participate.

    Elsewhere, when asked by reporters after reviewing the Patriot Football Stadium, Deddy reiterated that the socialisation event like this will continue to be made in other areas. “The countdown event to 200 or 170 or even to 60 can be held in other areas in West Java or maybe in Jakarta. "The most important is this socialisation will be continued,” he said.

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