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South Sumatra Legislative Chairperson Becomes Key Speaker at the 2024 Lemhannas SSDN Event

Palembang, The Indonesia Post – Chairperson of the South Sumatra Province Legislative Council (DPRD), Dr. Hj. R.A. Anita Noeringhati SH, MH was present as the keynote speaker at the 2024 Domestic Strategic Study (SSDN) Regular Education Program Batch LXVII (PPRA) LXVII Year 2024 Lemhannas RI. The event took place at the South Sumatra Provincial Government Bina Praja Auditorium on Monday, June 10 2024.

Dr..Hj.RA.Anita Noeringhati in her speech emphasized the importance of cooperation between legislative and executive institutions in creating sustainable policies.

“We must work together to face future challenges, especially in sustainable regional development,” he said in front of the participants who were officials from various government and private agencies.

This Lemhannas SSDN activity aims to provide strategic insight to participants regarding national and regional issues. Apart from that, this program is also a forum for sharing experiences and knowledge between agencies, in order to strengthen synergy in national development.

Dr.Hj.RA.Anita Noeringhati SH MH also said that active participation from all elements of society including educational institutions and community organizations is very necessary.

“The participation of all parties is vital in supporting government policies to achieve the development goals that have been set,” he said.

Meanwhile, the acting governor of South Sumatra, Agus Fathoni, briefly explained the general picture of South Sumatra Province’s achievements of micro indicators and priority programs for South Sumatra Province to the Domestic Strategy Study (SSDN) team.

Regular program class (PPRA) LXVII in 2024 Lemhanas RI. This is a practice of field activities in the form of study visits with an orientation towards increasing analytical skills regarding various problems in the areas visited.

Acting Governor of South Sumatra said that South Sumatra Province has an area of ​​86,771.68 km². By having a regional administration consisting of 13 districts, 4 cities, 241 sub-districts, 3,289 sub-districts, the population of South Sumatra province is 88 13,243 people.

Furthermore, the Acting Governor of South Sumatra revealed various priority programs for the province of South Sumatra for 2024, including handling floods, forest fires and tornadoes and also landslides.

“A number of other efforts have been made by the South Sumatra profession by carrying out various simultaneous movements to unite all the potential that exists in South Sumatra, including the inflation control movement, the simultaneous cheap market movement throughout South Sumatra, then the simultaneous house renovation movement throughout South Sumatra of 8,391 units and the simultaneous sanitation development movement. in South Sumatra, there are 6811 units,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Head of Lemhannas RI, Lieutenant General TNI (Ret.) Agus Widjojo, in his speech stated that SSDN is part of Lemhannas’ efforts to produce leaders who have national insight and strong strategic skills.

“We want to form leaders who not only understand theory, but are also able to apply it in daily government practice,” he explained.

It is hoped that the Lemhannas SSDN program can become a platform for participants to gain knowledge and build strong networks between fellow state officials. In this way, it is hoped that it will be able to improve the quality of public services and policy implementation in various sectors.

Apart from discussions and presentation of material, this activity was also filled with interactive question and answer sessions. Participants were given the opportunity to ask questions directly to the speakers, which were answered enthusiastically by Dr. Anita Noeringhati and other sources.

With the big theme “Building Synergy for Sustainable Development,” this activity succeeded in attracting the attention of various groups, from academics, bureaucrats, to practitioners. (ojn/ril)

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