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BerichtOnderwerp: Amid Talk of Reshuffle, Joko Admits: ‘I Need People I Can Trust’   vr 10 jul 2015 - 0:25

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The Jakarta Globe, Jul 09, 2015


Jakarta. President Joko Widodo says he is looking for the right people to fill key administration posts, in the strongest signal yet that a cabinet reshuffle may be imminent.

“I need staffers I can trust,” the president said at a meeting in Jakarta on Thursday with chief editors from Indonesia’s major news organizations.

“My [ideal] staffers would be those who, when they speak, the public believes them, investors believe them, the markets believe them. Their words are irrefutable,” he said, but did not give any names. “I’m still racking my brains. It’s hard [to find such people].”

Some nine months into his term in office, Joko has yet to name a presidential spokesman, the absence of which has caused substantial discrepancies between statements made by the president and those by his vice president and ministers.

The lack of unison has fueled distrust among both constituents and overseas investors who once saw Joko, a former furniture businessman and a political outsider, as someone who could institute much-needed reforms in a bureaucratic system plagued with corruption, favoritism and red tape.

Joko conceded that he needed the help of a credible spokesman to regain public trust.

“It is not easy to look for a suitable spokesman. I have been looking… but I haven’t found one,” he said.

Drawn on the issue of a possible reshuffle, which Vice President Jusuf Kalla has repeatedly said in imminent, the president declined to say whether it would happen at all.

“I never mentioned a reshuffle; the press keeps talking about a reshuffle,” Joko said.

However, he acknowledged some of the arguments made by various analysts and experts calling for a cabinet shakeup.

“I admit that our economy is slowing down,” he said. “I am trying [to address it] day and night.”

Calls for a reshuffle have intensified since Joko’s administration failed to show as much as a working plan in April, six months into his presidency.

Political observer Cecep Hidayat of the University of Indonesia noted that since then, many have scrutinized the performance of his ministers, some of whom have been squabbling among themselves.

Home Affairs Minister Tjahjo Kumolo, for example, has accused a key cabinet member of insulting the president. Although he refused to give a name, there is little doubt his accusation is targeted at Rini Soemarno, the minister for state-owned enterprises, who has had run-ins with Tjahjo and Joko’s political patron Megawati Soekarnoputri, the chairwoman of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P).

“There is no unity [inside Joko’s cabinet],” Cecep said, adding that some ministers had even issued policies that went against the president’s instructions.

One notable example was Joko’s instruction to open the restive province of Papua to foreign journalists. However, chief security minister Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno defiantly insisted that foreign journalists should continue to seek permission from a multitude of government agencies and that they should be monitored at all times during their time in Papua to prevent them from “abusing their permit by reporting unfavorable stories.”

Cecep said there should be compromise for ministers who act against the president’s commands, but Joko’s continued attempt to appease his political supporters may be holding him back from forming a more credible and effective cabinet.

Joko’s inner circle of political elites, Cecep added, may even have tried to persuade him to replace credible ministers they deem “disloyal” to their agenda for power and control.

“If Joko indeed plans to reshuffle his ministers, he should consider this matter carefully and thoroughly so he won’t make the same mistakes again  ̶  particularly in the economic and defense sectors and in the coordination posts,” Cecep said.


( Yup,yup I will send bapak Jakowi my best set of tracking dogs and a good pair of binoculars, for what he is hoping for is a scarce commodity these days in my Nusantara) siK.



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BerichtOnderwerp: Re: Amid Talk of Reshuffle, Joko Admits: ‘I Need People I Can Trust’   za 11 jul 2015 - 8:32

Kang Cecep zegt ook :
“There is no unity [inside Joko’s cabinet],” Cecep said, adding that some ministers had even issued policies that went against the president’s instructions.
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Hoe kan dat nou ?
Er  zijn 2 mogelijkheden.
Of heeft de president geen goede ministers gekozen of is/zijn bepaalde  instructie(s)  niet duidelijk of fout  zijn dus onuitvoerbaar.
Wie is hier verantwoordelijk ?
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BerichtOnderwerp: Re: Amid Talk of Reshuffle, Joko Admits: ‘I Need People I Can Trust’   zo 12 jul 2015 - 4:50





Ha die Om Sid, Ja dat is een goede vraag, uit eindelijk moet bpk Jakowi de verantwoordelijk dragen, hij is de president! Maar ik denk dat er omstandigheden zijn die hij op z'n eentje niet kan verbeteren, want er is een oude corpulente dame die on de haveklap op Jakowi's hoofd probeert te pissen ( Embarassed ), dan is er een mannetje die nog steeds last van maagzuur heeft aka sour-grapes om dat hij de verkiezing voor president heeft verloren en elk moment aan pakt om zijn voet dwars te zetten , verscheidene ministers die er nooit geweest moeten zijn die hun eigen politieke bandwagen volgen en luisteren naar de dikke dame of dat andere mannetje en ga zo maar door.
Ik vind het jammer dat het nu zo afloopt, Jakowi is de eerste president verkozen die niet tot dat oude militaire echelon (en verwanten) behoort.

Groetjes

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BerichtOnderwerp: Re: Amid Talk of Reshuffle, Joko Admits: ‘I Need People I Can Trust’   zo 12 jul 2015 - 12:15

Weet niet meer of ik deze you tube film van Jusuf Kalla hier heb geplaats .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqUp15V3WCY

Het is toch een mening waar men("het volk") toen geen aandacht had geschonken.
Persoonlijk vind ik dat Jokowi te weinig inhoud heeft in zijn ransel .
De stem verhouding was ongeveer 6% meerderheid ten gunste van Jokowi .
In een land waar nog veel pat pat gulipat,TST=tau sama tau of met ABS=Asal Bapak Senang ) praktijken waar de hoogste rechter corrupt is( nu in de bui of petoet) is 6% verschil niet erg groot.

Is ook moeilijk om dat te verkondigen bij mijn vriendenkring/familie in Indonesia, dat ik geen fan is van Jokowi.
Een deel waren enthousiast, een deel niet zo erg. En ik ben geen fan.
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