Vice Regent of Boven Digoel, Isaiah Merasi received the President Directive (Jubi)
Merauke , Jubi ( 19/1 ) – Vice Regent of Boven Digoel, Isaiah Merasi received the President Directive ( Ampres) on New Autonomous Region ( DOB ) Muyu regency after signed by the President of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono a while ago . The submission was made by the Chairman of the Muyu Regional Division Team ), Martinus Torip which taken place at Swistbelt hotel on Saturday ( 18/1 ).
” We warmly welcome this positive efforts that has been done over the years by Torip and other friends. I on behalf of the people in Digoel regency supports and encourages the Muyu immediately set into the new regency. ” said Isaiah when found tabloidjubi.com
in Merauke, Saturday ( 18/1 ) .
Isaiah admit that there is a lot of people in the villages , especially in some districts in Mindiptanah are not optimally served by the local government due to the topography of the area is rather difficult to reach . ” I also acknowledge that some areas are still very isolated and far away from the government service. ” he said .
Thus, Isaiah said , with a struggle for the division Muyu regency, it will be able to serve the community in some districts. ” I will go to Jakarta and meet with the Chairman of Commission II RI ( Republic of Indonesia) to convey the fundamental problems that occurred including Muyu expansion to be realized once more. This is what expected by everyone in Digoel. ” he said .
Meanwhile, Chairman of the Muyu Regional Division Team, Martinus Torip also says many thanks to the local government under control of the vice regent who has given full support , including funding . So that the process of the new regency is in progress and hopefully will be done as expected .
” Yes , this is a gift for people in Digoel who have waited for many years to be Muyu Regency itself . All people do not have to wonder anymore when it will be ratified by the House of Representatives in Senayan , within one or two months ahead .”said Torip to tabloidjubi.com
, in Merauke on Saturday ( 18/1 ). (Jubi/Ans/Tina)