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    The Governor Regulation of the West Java Regional Government Budget (APBD) Changes to Ministry of Home Affairs Evaluation


    BANDUNG - Changes to the Regional Government Budget (APBD) 2019 have been established by the West Java DPRD. For this reason, the West Java Provincial Government (Pemprov) submits and waits for the results of the evaluation of the APBD amendment from the Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri) RI.

    Deputy Governor of West Java, Uu Ruzhanul Ulum said the West Java Provincial Government would immediately issue a Governor Regulation (Pergub) if the regulation had been evaluated by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

    "I am grateful that the APBD changes can be set by the West Java Regional Representative Council (DPRD) on time today and I have talked to Kang Emil to immediately make the Governor's Reg ulation," West Java Vice Governor told reporters at the West Java DPRD building on Friday (9/28/2018).

    West Java Vice Governor hopes that the change in the West Java Regional Budget will be immediately evaluated, because if it is too late it will have an impact on the issuance of the Governor Regulation, so that the realization of the budget becomes too late. Given the opportunity is very narrow time, only given a limit until December 2018.

    "If you need to wait for the staff here because if you don't wait, you will be afraid that the files will be overflowing by submissions from other provinces and require a long process," he said.

    Uu added that he also encouraged the issuance of the Governor Regulation so that the budget for all Regional Government and Provincial activities was immediately realized.

    "If the evaluation from the old Ministry of Education means that the Pergub is long so the realization of the change budget is not enough time because it is already tight. Now it's September until the end of the year, there are not more than 4 months left," he concluded. (Pun)

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