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    West Java Establishes 11 Development Priority Programs in 2018

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    BANDUNG-Year 2018 has significance in the implementation of development in West Java Province. This is because next year is the completion of policies and the achievement of development targets as a picture of the success of development for five years in the period 2013-2018.
     
    To that end, the West Java Provincial Government sets 11 priority programs of West Java Provincial Development for 2018. West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) revealed this in a working meeting and signing a memorandum of understanding with the General Policy of Priority Budget of Provisional Budget Plafon (KUA PPAS) Budget Year 2018 in Bamus Room West Java Parliament Building, Diponegoro street No. 27, Wednesday night (8/30/2017).
     
    The signing was done directly by Governor Aher along with the Chairman of Parliament West Java, Ineu Purwadewi Sundari and the Vice Chairman of Parliament West Java, namely Haris Yuliana, Irfan Suryanagara, and Ade Barkah Surachman as well as Head of Budget Agency (Banggar) West Java Parliament. In addition, on this occasion also carried out the submission of draft PPUA KUA Changes Fiscal Year 2017.
     
    "Based on the analysis of the external and internal strategic environmental situation and by observing the evaluation result of the development and weighting implementation on the strategic issues of West Java development in 2018, 11 Regional Development Priorities of West Java Province will be established in 2018," Aher said in his introductory speech.
     
    The eleven priority programs are:
    1) Access and quality of education and religion;
    2) Access and quality of health services;
    3) Provision of house basic services infrastructure, strategic infrastructure in urban and rural areas;
    4) Improvement of investment climate, business competitiveness, and tourism;
    5) Increased food security, energy, and water resources;
    6) Increasing the capacity of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises (KUKM) and Industrial Competitiveness;
    7) Political Law and Governance;
    8) Management of natural resources, environment, and disaster management;
    9) Poverty alleviation;
    10) Improvement of spatial planning; and
    11) Increasing the quality of population.
     
    Aher said that the programs concerned the livelihood of the people, the quality of human resources, and the welfare of the community. "It is a priority because it is very much related to the livelihood of many people. It has to do with quality of life and prosperity, "Aher said after the meeting.
     
    "Therefore, we call these things as priority programs required by law. Whether it is obligatory in the districts / municipalities and provinces and affairs of choice. I think this is all in the priority category, "he continued.
     
    Aher added the region's development priorities to the budget based on the regional spending policy of 2018. The efforts of the regional spending policy were carried out accountably, proportionally, efficiently and effectively. The regional expenditure policy for 2018 as follows:
    1) Implementation of RPJMD Year 2013-2018, 11 Priorities of West Java Development 2018, Compliance of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), poverty alleviation, and completion of Governor's pledge;
    2) Support to RPJMN 2015-2019 and Government Work Plan 2018;
    3) The use of education function fund of 20% from the budget of regional income and expenditure;
    4) Use of 10% health function fund in order to improve health function;
    5) The use of infrastructure 10% of revenues from taxes on motor vehicles (PKB), including those distributed to districts / municipalities, is allocated to finance the construction and / or maintenance of roads and improvement of public transportation modes and facilities as mandated in Law Number 28 Year 2009 ;
    6) District / city financial assistance, village assistance, grants, social fund, and subsidies;
    7) Use of DAK Funds, DBHCHT, Central BOS, Cigarette Taxes;
    8) Support for optimizing the use of assets owned by the regions;
    9) Supporting the organization of the Asian Games of 2018; and
    10) Building and development of public and social service centers.
     
    Through the establishment of this PPAS KUA, Aher also hopes that the 2018 budget discussion can be completed by October 2017, so that the discussion can be started in early September 2017. If this discussion can be completed earlier, according to Aher, districts can have a long time in determining their budget . That way in January 2018 all development programs have started to be done.
     
    "We have prepared the 2018 budget since now. Hopefully the beginning of September we have begun to discuss and then can finish in late October. Which we usually finish the budget in November, but now in October we finish as in the Central Government was completed early October, "said Aher. "Maybe we finish by the end of October, so that the districts / cities have the flexibility to discuss their budgets in November and December, so that in January 2018 all have been running, it has been running well and without delay from any district / city," he concluded.

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