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    Ahead of the New Year, KPU Launches Books and Notes on Updating the Election Voter List


    BANDUNG- The General Election Commission (KPU) of West Java Province held a book launching event and notes on updating the 2019 election voter list in West Java exactly two days before changing years, on Monday 30 December 2019.

    Not only did the book launch, even the KPU held a book review with the moderator Titik Nurhayati who was a Commissioner at the West Java KPU.

    The book that was launched by KPU entitled Election Access in West Java 2014. The 206 pages thick book was written by the Chairperson of West Java Provincial KPU for the period of 2012 - 2018 Yayat Hidayat, which was reprocessed from his dissertation.

    "This book is expected to be useful in examining the concept of an accessible election for persons with disabilities and their level of political participation. In addition, it is also hoped that this book will be able to develop the concept of non-discriminatory elections, especially in the context of political participation of persons with disabilities in all aspects of political life," said Yayat as a guest speaker book access election in West Java (12/30/2019).

    In addition to Yayat Hidayat, the keynote speaker was the Chairperson of the West Java Provincial KPU 2008 Period Memet Ahmad Hakim and the Chairperson of the West Java Provincial KPU 2008 - 2013 Period Ferry Kurnia Rizkyansyah.

    Activities taking place at Beehive Cafe & Eatery Jl. Dayang Sumbi No. 2 The city of Bandung was attended by representatives of regional apparatuses in the West Java Province and media representatives throughout West Java.

    West Java Provincial KPU Chairman Rifqi Ali Mubarok was present to give a speech and appreciate the Book that was launched. Regarding the KPU agenda, Rifki said that an evaluation had been conducted to update voter data in West Java.

    "West Java has the most voters of around 34 million people, we do an evaluation related to what has been achieved including the obstacles and obstacles in the process of updating voter data which is certainly expected to later be able to improve the quality of voter data," Rifki said met by Jabarprov.go.id Team

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