Monday, October 12, 2015

What the Citizens Said

On October 17 2015, the City of Tasikmalaya up the age of 14, a post-split from Tasikmalaya District in 2001. Many of which must be addressed. Need to be constantly reminded of. So, what people said at the moment so Tasikmalaya this time?

 Arif Abd. Adaqil (anti-corruption activist who is also a former Chairman of PMII Tasikmalaya): I see there are two fundamental things that until now has not fulfilled or complied with. The second fundamental thing is also the promise of Bu-De (Budi-Dede). Is the professionalism of the performance of the bureaucracy and increased purchasing power. Professionalism performance, for example. I saw the placement of civil servants in the government's home town sits. Many officials who occupy positions, but not in accordance with the expertise / competence. If it were so, what might work in a professional bureaucracy? Certainly not!
The second is an increase in purchasing power. As known, this is the year the increase in purchasing power, as well as the work program / leadership Budi with Dede. The program is ideally able to create jobs so that is proportional to push the unemployment rate in the city of Tasikmalaya. The proof, the number of job seekers is still swollen. Even from the data I have, numbering in the thousands. Irony again, in which there are also graduates. That is, the city government failed to create jobs. The program to improve purchasing power failure.

 Sukinta (observer and retired government policy bureaucracy): Until now, the problem of street vendors arrangement is still a thorny issue that I think has not been solved. There has been no significant touches on the arrangement of merchants kai five. Not only that, the garbage, the rejuvenation of public transportation too. Plus licensing system is a door that had discussed the municipal government is like just a mere discourse. Nil action. Until now permitting process still has to pass through several doors. And the most ridiculous is the number of bureaucrats placement that does not comply with expertise. Pemereintah cities have a lot to clean up.

M. Irvan (General Secretary of the Islamic Students Association (HMI) Cab. Tasikmalaya): 14 years of Tasikmalaya still many things that need to be repaired. As a public service which I feel is still far from expectations. Society has not been able to enjoy the convenience of the government services. So far the service tends to be made difficult by the officers themselves. To that end, the need for serious attention to overcome the public service is not optimal. Make today the momentum of the evaluation of government performance in all areas, so that the future performance of the apparatus can be optimized. However, we also do not dismiss that under the leadership of Budi Dede also pretty much evolved into a better direction, especially the improvement of the infrastructure.

Bangbang Hermana (PGRI Chairman Tasikmalaya): I think the government's performance has not been professional in running the government. Therefore, the existence of the government must be rool model in all areas of life, so that everything can run above the rails. Paraturan made not only limited to mere decoration. Need to follow up with real impelmentasi. Besides the criticism was, no doubt many successes already achieved Tasikmalaya city government in various fields, living istiqomah government in maintaining / keeping the results of the development activity.

A. Heru (Chairman of the Sub Tuguraja LPM): At the age of ABG, Tasikmalaya when viewed in terms of improving the quality and capacity of the infrastructure is already good. It was in accordance with RPJMD set by the government, the first three years is the infrastructure. Stay public welfare issues that have not been evenly distributed. Once this infrastructure is completed, the next policy direction regard to improving the welfare of society, particularly the increase in the economic sector.

Ai (Merchants are usually hung on Jalan Pemuda): On this anniversary, hopefully Tasikmalaya more advanced, people are more prosperous, and attention to small traders intensified. (ter / fid)

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