President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) asks all potential leaders to have test-resistant, test-resistant, resilient, and always trustworthy optimality, submitting to Allah by keeping trying and striving.
Head of State conveyed that there should be no pessimism, how hard the trials faced by Indonesia as a big country.
“Let no pessimism, how the trials, obstacles, obstacles that exist, in front of us, can not be anymore. If there is a pessimist, there is a scare, invited to pessimistic, do not want, “said President Jokowi when giving a speech at the 58th Anniversary of the Indonesian Islamic Student Movement (PMII), in Gedung Sasana Budaya Ganesa (Sabuga), Bandung , West Java, on Tuesday (17/4) night.
To that end, the President invites the public to bring this country to a political culture full of ethics, a unifying politics not a divisive policy, not a politics that leads to divisions, not blasphemous politics, not mutual criticism, .
“That’s not the political culture of Indonesia. Indonesia’s political culture is a political culture full of ethics, full of politeness, courtesy. Do not want to be brought to the political directions as I said before, “said the President.
The President reminded that from the World Bank calculations, Mckenzie’s calculations, calculations and calculations from Bappenas (National Development Planning Agency) show that in 2030 Indonesia will become the top 10 countries with the strongest economy in the world.
“If it goes smoothly like this and could possibly get into the big 7. In 2045 estimated from that calculation we will be able to get into the 4 big strongest economies in the world, “said the
Therefore, President Jokowi entrusts a message to PMII cadres who are candidates for the nation’s leaders to build strong optimism so that what is calculated, already calculated, by the World Bank, by Bappenas, may Mackenzie really become a reality.
Attending the meeting were Moeldoko Presidential Chief of Staff, Menpora Imam Nahrawi, Village Minister of PDTT Eko Putro Sandjojo, National Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian, DPP PKB Chairman Muhaimin Iskandar, and West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan. (PS / ES)