TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Governor of Central Java (Central Java), Ganjar Pranowo, gave his response about the discourse on extending the Emergency Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) period.
Before it is decided whether PPKM will be extended or not, said Ganjar, the government needs to hear the voices of small communities first.
“If the situation is like this, we must listen to people’s voices. Society is too heavy.”
“If the PPKM is extended, but the pattern is like this, the community is heavy,” said Ganjar through a video post on his Instagram, @ganjar_pranowo, quoted by Tribunnews, Tuesday (20/7/2021).
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He admitted that he could not bear the people who were affected by the Emergency PPKM policy.
Ganjar heard the complaints of residents who could not eat on the premises.
On the one hand, these residents work and are active on the streets every day.
“I’m sorry (I’m sorry, yes), I go around cycling every day, I’m yo raw tile (do not have the heart to).”
“How do people sell pecel and then there are only a few people sitting there.”
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“I’m sorry, maybe he (the buyer) has to work early in the morning, the becak brother is there, the ojol friends are there, they can’t buy (eat).”