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Tito Karnavian. The delay is because the Chief of Police must accompany the President Joko Widodo visited several regions.
Meeting scheduled to be held again next Monday, December 5, 2016. Hearings Meeting (RDP) of Commission III of the House
of Representatives with the Chief of Police was postponed because of scheduling request by letter signed by deputy chief
Komjen back Syafruddin No. B / 5907 / XI / 2016 dated November 27, 2016. “The delay was because the Chief of Police in addition to accompanying President Jokowi into several areas, also on this day will
meet with some of the elements that will make a protest action peaceful defense of Islam III and will do komperensi press
together,” said Chairman of Commission III, Bambang Soesatyo, in a statement, Monday (11/28/2016). Bambang said that there is agreement from the police will facilitate the participants of the upcoming December 2 demonstration for Friday prayers.
However, not in the way the protocol.
“There has been an agreement that the police will issue a permit and facilitate the participants of a peaceful protest rally of
Islamic arts III and the Friday prayer congregation on December 2nd.
But to do in Monas Square and surrounding areas, not in the streets of the protocol,” said Bambang. According to Bambang, Commission III will question and explore joint statement the Chief of Police and TNI chief Gen.
Gatot Nurmantyo about indications of treason attempts to ride the peaceful action plan December 2.
That’s because the plot statements about a sensitive issue.
In addition, Commission III will continue to question the readiness of the police in anticipation of a final decision on the case of
Jakarta governor candidate, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok).
“We also gave appreciation to the Police who in a short time it has completed the examination, and to transfer cases of alleged
blasphemy committed by Ahok it to the Attorney General so that the hot ball is now in the hands of the Attorney General,” said Bambang.