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    Vice Governor Review the Readiness of Election in Cianjur

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    CIANJUR - Vice Governor of West Java, Deddy Mizwar together Vice Chairman of Regional Police chief West Java province, Brigadier Muhammad Taufik and accompanied by head of OPD, Head of Communication and Informatics Boards, Dudi Sudrajat reviewing the readiness of simultaneous elections in Cianjur, Tuesday (8/12).

    Vice Governor and Vice Chairman of Regional Police chief give a direction for the successful of this simultaneous election at KPUD office in Cianjur. The also hope on the maintaining of neutrality of civil state apparatus (ASN) in these elections. In addition, the vice governor also hoped that all the logistics supporting had been in polling stations (TPS), especially the ballot papers.

    Vice Chairman of Regional Police chief West Java province informed about the readiness of its personnels in securing the elections. According to him, his army is prepared to secure the 2/3 simultaneous elections in eight regions in West Java. He said there are about 10 thousand personnels prepared from the start of campaign until the election day.

    After at the KPUD office, vice governor and Vice Chairman of Regional Police chief headed to the Supervisory Committee Office of Cianjur and engage in dialogue with its members, particularly about how many violations during the campaign period and the quiet period.

    They also continued to visit Gekbrong village, in Cianjur district to see the readiness of polling stations along with the facilities. In his comments, Vice Governor expressed his optimism that the implementation of the Election in Cianjur will run safely, smoothly and fair. It’s supported by the entire completeness the election had been in polling stations, including ballot papers and other facilities.

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