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    West Java Urges the Central Government to Realize Strategic Projects in West Java

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    BOGOR-The Daily Implementer of West Java Governor M. Iriawan is claimed to continue to urge the Central Government to accelerate national strategic projects, especially infrastructure development in West Java. This was stated by After Attending National Dialogue with several Ministers in Bogor on Saturday (08/25/2018).

    "We are talking about the infrastructure needed in West Java. The minister does not know the details like me, the minister did not review it in depth, for example reviewing Cisumdawu into the tunnel. So what West Java needs for the people in the infrastructure the sector is education, economy, So I accommodate the will of the people to be forwarded to the central government, I ask to get up, our APBD is not enough for that, it must be from the centre, so I did the first acceleration of national projects in West Java, Bocimi, Cisumdawu, "It's a central project, but I want it to be fast, so fast, at least the time can be achieved, it can be faster, but don't delay for a long time , "said Iriawan.

    The second, according to Iriawan, is looking for new breakthroughs what should be found such as from Bandung to Garut the allocation of time can be 4 to 5 hours.

    "Whereas in Tasik, Garut, Ciamis, there are many commodities needed by Bandung and its surroundings, such as eggs, chicken, vegetables, chillies, 9 staple foods, and quite expensive if there is no good infrastructure," he explained.

    Iriawan, as well as being proposed in West Java. For the sake of increasing the welfare of the people of West Java. The national dialogue in Bogor was also attended by at least 2 Ministers namely Minister of Tourism Arif Yahya and Minister of Industry Erlangga Sutarto. (Even)

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