President Jokowi Distributes 5,500 Land Certificates for Sukabumi Residents

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, September 02 2017 - 20:00 IWST

Presiden Jokowi Bagikan 5.500 Sertifikat bagi warga Sukabumi
Presiden Jokowi Bagikan 5.500 Sertifikat bagi warga Sukabumi

INDUSTRY.co.id -Jakarta- President Joko Widodo distributed 5,500 land title certificates to residents from a number of sub-districts and keluruhan in the city and the district of Sukabumi on Thursday (31/7/2017). This is done to accelerate land and land certification policy in the country.

In his speech, the President again emphasized the importance of certificates as legal proof of legal ownership of land owned by the community. Therefore, the President requested that the public keep the certificate in a safe place.

"I leave this certificate stored, put in plastic, avoiding the leaking house. Please photocopy, so that later if lost easy to take care of it," said President.

Furthermore, the President also stated that land certification could be a new way to tackle poverty and socio-economic imbalances, especially in rural areas. He added that the public can use the certificate it has to increase business capital or other productive things.

"Usually if you have this hold for collateral to the bank. It's okay, but remember, I leave, if borrow money in the bank was calculated, calculated, can nyicil baseball? Can you pay? I just carefull. If you want to borrow to the bank, really calculated," said President as quoted in a press release Deputy for Protocol, Press and Media, Bey Mahmudin.

Before concluding his remarks, the President usually gave a bike prize quiz to the people present. A number of questions related to the ethnic, cultural, and basic diversity of the Indonesian state were presented by the President.

The President also conveyed a message to the public to always keep the unity and unity of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.

Accompanying the President in the event, Minister of Agriculture and Spatial Planning / Head of BPN Sofyan Djalil, Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi, Chief of Staff of President of Teten Masduki and Governor of West Java Ahmad Heryawan

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