Daily Archives: November 24, 2018

Indonesian VP urges KAHMI members to not be divided

Jakarta (ANTARA News) – Vice President Jusuf Kalla has appealed to all members of the Alumni Corps of Islamic Students Association (KAHMI) to not become divided over different political preferences during next years parliamentary and presidential elections.

To this end, KAHMI should not be dragged into an agenda for discussing who should be voted in April 2019, Vice President Kalla informed attendants of the opening ceremony of the organizations national working meeting in Jambi on Saturday.

“Do not discuss who will be voted in April 2019. This issue cannot be discussed here because we are going to get divided if we do that at KAHMI,” he noted.

Instead, Vice President Kalla called on those participating in the organizations national working meeting to pay serious attention to issues related to Indonesias requirements to enable it to become well-developed in various sectors.

KAHMI should be driven to support the countrys progress in mastering technology, building good education, and improving prosperity of its people.

Hence, it is expected to boost technological innovation to enable Indonesia to compete with other nations at the global level, particularly in economy, he noted.

“I suggest that at the next national working meeting, we include issues of technology, sciences, and economy in the meeting agenda. We need to discuss matters concerning our people to move forward,” Vice President Kalla remarked.

Rapid developments in sciences and technology are so indispensable and unavoidable. The Indonesian people would be left behind other nations if they failed to master technological developments, he stated.

“By not mastering sciences, what we are going to suffer from is regression,” Kalla pointed out, adding that KAHMI could not be used as the publics power tools, as its members had differences in terms of political sources and positions.

This years national working meeting was expected to produce useful innovations for the lives of Indonesians and to maintain unity in diversity, he stated.

The members of KAHMI exist in bureaucracies and non-governmental institutions. They spread from Aceh Province in the northernmost tip of Sumatra Island to Papua Province.

Many of them are active in various political parties, whose legislative candidates are competing in the 2019 Parliamentary Elections.

They may also engage in the camps of the Joko Widodo-Maruf Amin and Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno pairs who attempt to win the 2019 Presidential Elections.

Source: ANTARA News

Indonesian VP urges KAHMI members to not be divided

Jakarta (ANTARA News) – Vice President Jusuf Kalla has appealed to all members of the Alumni Corps of Islamic Students Association (KAHMI) to not become divided over different political preferences during next years parliamentary and presidential elections.

To this end, KAHMI should not be dragged into an agenda for discussing who should be voted in April 2019, Vice President Kalla informed attendants of the opening ceremony of the organizations national working meeting in Jambi on Saturday.

“Do not discuss who will be voted in April 2019. This issue cannot be discussed here because we are going to get divided if we do that at KAHMI,” he noted.

Instead, Vice President Kalla called on those participating in the organizations national working meeting to pay serious attention to issues related to Indonesias requirements to enable it to become well-developed in various sectors.

KAHMI should be driven to support the countrys progress in mastering technology, building good education, and improving prosperity of its people.

Hence, it is expected to boost technological innovation to enable Indonesia to compete with other nations at the global level, particularly in economy, he noted.

“I suggest that at the next national working meeting, we include issues of technology, sciences, and economy in the meeting agenda. We need to discuss matters concerning our people to move forward,” Vice President Kalla remarked.

Rapid developments in sciences and technology are so indispensable and unavoidable. The Indonesian people would be left behind other nations if they failed to master technological developments, he stated.

“By not mastering sciences, what we are going to suffer from is regression,” Kalla pointed out, adding that KAHMI could not be used as the publics power tools, as its members had differences in terms of political sources and positions.

This years national working meeting was expected to produce useful innovations for the lives of Indonesians and to maintain unity in diversity, he stated.

The members of KAHMI exist in bureaucracies and non-governmental institutions. They spread from Aceh Province in the northernmost tip of Sumatra Island to Papua Province.

Many of them are active in various political parties, whose legislative candidates are competing in the 2019 Parliamentary Elections.

They may also engage in the camps of the Joko Widodo-Maruf Amin and Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno pairs who attempt to win the 2019 Presidential Elections.

Source: ANTARA News

Artists enliven walk for health event with Jokowi-Ma’ruf pair

Bandarlampung, Lampung, (ANTARA News) – Several artists took part to enliven a walk for health event along with the presidential candidate pair Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and Maruf Amin (Jokowi-Maruf Amin), here on Saturday.

The artists, hailing from Jakarta, who enlivened the walk for health event, included vocalist of the Radja Band group Ian Kasela, Komedian Narji, and Said.

They entertained the residents, who attended the walk for health activity while awaiting the arrival of Jokowi and his running mate.

Thousands of residents of Bandarlampung and the surrounding area were present at Tugu Adipura since Saturday morning.

They appeared enthusiastic and eager to join in cheering and applauding the songs being sung by the artists of the capital city.

“Jokowi-Amin, Jokowi-Amin, Jokowi-Amin, Jokowi-Amin number 01,” the artists crooned and followed by thousands of residents, who joined the walk for health event.

On the occasion, the capital citys artists invited several residents to go on stage together to entertain other residents, who had thronged Tugu Adipura adorned with red and white attributes.

Jokowis presence in Bandarlampung this Saturday was in his capacity as incumbent presidential candidate to be part of the walk for health event.

The presidential and vice-presidential pairs of Jokowi-Maruf Amin and Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno will contest the 2019 presidential elections scheduled in April 2019.

Reporting by Budi Santoso B, Dian Hadiyatna, Bustanuddin

Source: ANTARA News

Artists enliven walk for health event with Jokowi-Ma’ruf pair

Bandarlampung, Lampung, (ANTARA News) – Several artists took part to enliven a walk for health event along with the presidential candidate pair Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and Maruf Amin (Jokowi-Maruf Amin), here on Saturday.

The artists, hailing from Jakarta, who enlivened the walk for health event, included vocalist of the Radja Band group Ian Kasela, Komedian Narji, and Said.

They entertained the residents, who attended the walk for health activity while awaiting the arrival of Jokowi and his running mate.

Thousands of residents of Bandarlampung and the surrounding area were present at Tugu Adipura since Saturday morning.

They appeared enthusiastic and eager to join in cheering and applauding the songs being sung by the artists of the capital city.

“Jokowi-Amin, Jokowi-Amin, Jokowi-Amin, Jokowi-Amin number 01,” the artists crooned and followed by thousands of residents, who joined the walk for health event.

On the occasion, the capital citys artists invited several residents to go on stage together to entertain other residents, who had thronged Tugu Adipura adorned with red and white attributes.

Jokowis presence in Bandarlampung this Saturday was in his capacity as incumbent presidential candidate to be part of the walk for health event.

The presidential and vice-presidential pairs of Jokowi-Maruf Amin and Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno will contest the 2019 presidential elections scheduled in April 2019.

Reporting by Budi Santoso B, Dian Hadiyatna, Bustanuddin

Source: ANTARA News