BANDUNG - Budget General Policy and Temporary Budget Priority Ceiling (KUA-PPAS) of West Java Province Regional Budget (APBD) Budget Year 2019, officially signed at the West Java Provincial DPRD Plenary Session.
West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil revealed that in 2019, the development of West Java Province is in the fourth phase of the Regional Long Term Development Plan (abbreviated RPJPD), which is to achieve the independence of the West Java community.
"Then the program policies and priorities and the temporary budget ceiling in the preparation of the RAPBD 2019 are prepared based on the development principle in 2019," said Ridwan Kamil, in the Plenary Meeting Room, West Java DPRD Building, Bandung, Friday (11/16/18).
The eight development priorities in 2019 that Emil, his nickname, mentioned include: poverty alleviation and unemployment; utilization of natural capital to strengthen food security and encourage the growth of sustainable agriculture business; increasing economic added value through the development of industry and tourism.
In addition, there is an increase in interconnection of growth centers and regional infrastructure supporting economic activities; increased access to and quality of 12-year compulsory education, public health, and basic housing and settlement services; improving environmental quality and controlling space utilization; increasing community social capital to improve the competitiveness of West Java; and strengthening reforms and bureaucracy.
There are also 16 priority activities in 2019 including: Universal Secondary Education (PMU); Public health insurance (Jamkesmas); uninhabitable house (rutilahu); village economic development and pesantren; improving services for hospitals and puskesmas; multi function posyandu; fragrant flavor; construction, improvement and maintenance of roads throughout the West Java region; construction of fly over; construction of cultural centers; construction and arrangement of the square; support for Pileg and Pilpres; build a village; construction of command centers and creative centers; construction of trade facilities; and building superior tourism.
"The regional expenditure policy in 2019 is sought by regulating accountable, proportional, efficient and effective spending patterns," Emil said.
The regional expenditure policy for 2019 is as follows: RPJMD 2018-2023; 8 West Java's development priorities in 2019. Priority programs and priority activities are divided into: government affairs obligatory basic services for six affairs, basic non-service compulsory 18 affairs, and a government of eight matters, as well as eight government support affairs, including sustainable development goals (SDGs), poverty, also the governor's promises, and support for the 2015–2019 RPJMN and 2019 RKP.
Emil also explained the use of education function funds, namely 20% of the state budget for income and expenditure as well as from the regional income and expenditure budget to meet the needs of education providers.
Then the use of health function funds is 10%, in order to improve the health function of the West Java Provincial Government consistently and continuously.
"Allocating a health budget of at least 10 percent of total APBD expenditure excluding salaries, financing is not only a health matter but a health matter that is a function of health such as sports facilities and human resources," Emil said.
While the use of infrastructure function funds of 10% of motor vehicle tax revenues (PKB) including those distributed to districts / cities, is allocated to fund the construction and / or maintenance of roads and improvement of modes and means of public transportation as mandated in law number 28 of 2009.
In addition there are also allocations for district / city financial assistance, village assistance, grants, social assistance and subsidies; use of DAK funds, DBHCHT, central BOS, cigarette tax; support for optimizing the use of assets belonging to the region; support for the holding of legislative elections and presidential elections in 2019; award for outstanding athletes; revitalizing new service branches and service units and certain conditions requiring rehabilitation.
"On this occasion I invite all stakeholders to do synergy and collaboration as well as new ways to realize" West Java champions of inner and outer birth "," Emil said.
"The West Java government must enter into a new model of government called" Dynamic Governance. "This government requires the government to be fast, responsive, and efficient. The role of the government must also move from being a regulator, to becoming regulators, facilitators and accelerators." he said.