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    West Java Deputy Governor: Students of Social and Political Sciences Must Become Agents of Change

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    KARAWANG REGENCY - Deputy Governor (Deputy Governor) of West Java (West Java) Uu Ruzhanul Ulum said, politics must be a tool to advance the nation, prevent munkar, as well as spread goodness.

    According to Uu, the position and political decisions must be felt by the government and society.

    For this reason, Uu also encouraged Social and Political Science students to carry out their functions as educators who fostered political and social awareness in the community.

    "With nationalism, patriotism, and love for the nation, students must play the role of being agents of change in the midst of society," Uu said when opening the National Congress of Indonesian Institute of Social Sciences and Political Sciences (ILMISPI) 2019 in the University Hall Singapore Kab. Karawang, Monday (11/04/2019).

    Moreover, continued Uu, in the scope of democracy every individual can take a role in development. Uu added, the West Java Provincial Government (Pemdaprov) with Bureaucracy 3.0 is ready to accommodate young generation to play a role in development.

    The forum is in the form of excellent programs for the younger generation to participate in the development of West Java, including the West Java Future Leader program, the West Java Innovation Fellowship, the Youth Innovation Summit, and the Village Patriot.

    "Youths, students of social sciences, political science, can participate in building Jabar Champion Born Inner Innovative innovative," said Uu referring to the vision of West Java Provincial Government.

    "And these programs are examples of political policies for the benefit, progress and empowerment. God willing, West Java (become) champion," he concluded.

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