Saturday , May 8 2021

About "Raja Jokes" Poster, Hasto: PDIP attacked



The PDIP estimated the poster that Jokovi's description of the king was a black campaign.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA – PDIP Secretary General Hasto Kristijanto believes that the installation of a poster with Joko Vidoda (Jokovi) wore royal clothes as a form of "attack" against PDIP. "The attack," said Hasto, was the daily food of the party that won the election.

A safe attack by Hasto, which he claims to have been a black campaign, would not damage public support. "The history of the PDIP is usually attacked, usually disfigured, accustomed unjustly. The office of the party is attacked after all we are still getting support from people, "he said, on Wednesday (11/14).

Undeterred support, he said, was based on regional bosses who supported the PDIP to win in many regions during the 2015-2017 elections. "At least, PDIP regional leaders have won the most." The overall PDIP for 2015 and 2017 won the largest regional bosses, most put their staff in executive power, "he said, surely.

In order to maintain the integrity of the party, the spokesman for the national campaign (TKN) also stated that the PDIP focuses on party regeneration through law schools' schools. "Ms Megavati Soekarnoputri will be opened tomorrow in the third generation of legislative candidates, so we prepare well through the school party," he said.

In the meantime, the Selection Committee (Bavaslu) of the Republic of Indonesia has said that posting the Jokes poster with the clothes of the King of Java is not a form of black campaign. "After we saw this, photographs and letters did not at least lead to hate speech. black campaign, or contain elements of the SARA, "said Commissioner Bavasla Ratna Devi Petalolo in her office, Jalan MH Thamrin, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (11/14).


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