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    Emil Will Open Gedung Sate and Gedung Pakuan Doors, Facing Residents' Aspirations


    BANDUNG — As of January, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil plans to hold a routine program to hear directly the people's aspirations.

    Governor Ridwan Kamil said he prepared the West Java Release program or the Leaders' Meeting for West Java Aspiration which will be held once a week. "So I will listen once a week to confide in the people they can come to Gedung Sate or to the Pakuan Building facilitated by public relations," he said on Tuesday (12/18/2018).

    But the meeting of citizens with him will be covered with a directed theme. He predicted that in the first week he would discuss the residents' concerns about infrastructure, and the different themes the following week.

    "I'll call the office later in accordance with the theme of the curhatan. This is to show the closeness of leaders with citizens physically not only digitally, "he said.

    The plan is that residents present will be selected and take special procedures designed by public relations. He also admitted that there might be a lottery if the interest of the residents came high. But he made sure the participants of this event had to be limited. "Residents are chosen and there are procedures that must be prepared. If there are lots of draws or how because they can't be too much, "he said.

    When asked why they did not choose blusukan as a pattern of direct communication with citizens, he argued that he wanted to make government offices and official homes as publicly accessible spaces.

    "Sometimes they want to see the Gedung Sate, to Pakuan. Later the transportation will be facilitated by the team. Because I'm not in the city every week that I want with all the activities. "It's actually quite digital, but I want to fulfill my longing physically," he explained. (Even)

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