Interior Minister Admitted a Minister Dared to Insult Jokowi

Intan fauzi    •    Senin, 29 Jun 2015 13:59 WIB
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Interior Minister Admitted a Minister Dared to Insult Jokowi
Minister of Interior Affairs Tjahjo Kumolo. MI / Panca Syurkani, Jakarta: Cabinet reshuffling issue is becoming more intense. The latest one is a minister dared to insult President Joko Widodo. Minister of Interior Affairs Tjahjo Kumolo confirmed the incident.

"There is, but whom did that, the President knows. The measure, I am sure, has already been clarified. President said that now is the time to concentrate on working, ministers are not affected by reshuffle issue, to be focused," Tjahjo said following a breaking of the fast event at Puan Maharani's official residence, Denpasar Street, Kuningan, South Jakarta, Sunday evening (6/29/2015).

Tjahjo regretted the minister's action. "Well, if the public mocks the president, it is open, it can be through the press or social media. But if the president's aid said that, it is not appropriate," he stated.

The president's aides, Tjahjo continued, should support the president's policy. "If there is a minister, selected and inaugurated by the president, still conducting actions which openly undermine the president's policies, let alone minimizing the meaning of a president, I am certain the president has acquired the data," Tjahjo elaborated.

"Who are the ministers - in quotes - disloyal, let alone minimizes the meaning of the president, I as the Interior Minister have the data. I think mr. President has already known," he continued. (Eps)