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    Ridwan Kamil Exposed a Number of West Java Innovations to the Indonesian Lemhannas


    BANDUNG CITY- West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil received and provided direction to participants in the 2019 National LIX Regular Education Study Program (SSDN) of the Indonesian Lemhannas Force at Gedung Sate, Bandung, Monday (1/7/2019).

    During the meeting, Emil - as Ridwan Kamil was called - presented a number of programs and innovations in the West Java Provincial Government (Pemdaprov). He also explained a number of problems in the West Java Provincial Government and how to solve them.

    Economic inequality, for example, is solved by a number of programs that focus on rural development, such as One Village One Company (OVOC) and Digital Village. Emil also explained the West Java Provincial Government's strategic program in the tourism sector.

    Later, the programs and innovations presented by Emil became material for participants of the Indonesian Lemhannas SSDN in preparing recommendations for the President of the Republic of Indonesia.

    "I also tell you about the problems of West Java, such as fiscal affairs. Assisted by National Defense Agency for Government lobbying that fiscal is based on regional population (because currently it is still based on the number of regions), "Emil said.

    In addition, said Emil, his party told a number of conditions in West Java, ranging from the economy to politics. According to him, the Indonesian Lemhannas SSDN participants were interested in social and political issues in West Java as well as how to solve them.

    "Second, telling the issues, they are more interested in social and political issues. This indicates that on the political side, West Java is a conversation. "Every five years replace the winning party, then also the issue of identity politics," he said.

    "My task is to nullify negative things and maximize positive things. Positive things come mostly from the economy and tourism, "he concluded. (*)

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