President: Chief of Police Do not Hesitate MCA Actions, If Proven to Break the Law

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, March 06 2018 - 15:00 IWST

Presiden Jokowi dan Wapres Jusuf Kalla (Foto Setkab)
Presiden Jokowi dan Wapres Jusuf Kalla (Foto Setkab)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Sentul - President Joko Widodo has ordered the National Police chief not to hesitate to crack down on the Cyber ​​Army (MCA) if it is found unlawful.

"I ordered to the Chief of Police, if there is a violation, act decisively, do not hesitate," said President Joko Widodo (Jokowi), at Circuit Sentul, Bogor Regency, Tuesday (6/3/2018).

He asserted that the legal action against the group that led to the disintegration of the nation and proven to violate the law, any group including Saracen and MCA not to half.

According to him, the MCA group should be explored with certainty whether it has been a violation of the law, because if it is proven to be dealt with firmly.

"We must know that this is a violation of the law or not, if it is a violation of the law, I order it, whether it is Saracen, whether it is MCA, pursue it, finish it, do not half it," said the President.

According to the President, the spread of rumors or news lie is very vulnerable and a cause of disintegration of the nation.

"It could lead to the disintegration of the nation if such an issue continues, be careful, be careful, whether its motive is economic motive, political motive, it should not be like that," he said.

Currently, he handed over the handling of the case to the Police.

"The police affairs, if it is complete report to me," he said.

Having been arrested by a conspirator carrying a Muslim name in the action, the President admitted social media is still not entirely peaceful.

"No, still warm, I order to finish thoroughly being cool," said President Jokowi as well.

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