They will infiltrate to ensure the victory of one of the presidential and vice-presidential candidates. #aminkanIndonesia
JAKARTA | KBA – Presidential and vice-presidential candidates Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar, in their Vision and Mission, offer a program for national independence. A bold program that challenges the crimes of oligarchy.
“A bold program proposal from its proponents to reject all foreign interests that conflict with national interests. A requirement to make Indonesia equal to foreign nations,” said political analyst Assoc. Prof. Dr. TB. Massa Djafar to KBA News, Friday, December 1, 2023.
This postgraduate lecturer at the National University (Unas) Jakarta continued that Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar’s Vision and Mission clearly aim to achieve equality and justice towards a just, prosperous, and flourishing society, as mandated by the 1945 Proclamation’s ideals.
This means, he continued, the theme of ‘Change’ championed by Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar becomes an undeniable fact, with the colonial legacy yet to be seriously addressed by any administration in resolving socio-economic disparities.
Additionally, he noted that we must be wary of neoliberal groups or agents who have been the mainstay of this government as ‘stowaways,’ who might not remain silent. They will infiltrate to ensure the victory of one of the presidential and vice-presidential candidates.
Regarding this, Djafar mentioned that in addressing the nation’s homework, Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar offer eight paths of change, starting from the availability of basic necessities and affordable living costs, poverty alleviation, ecological justice for future generations, building urban-rural areas to promote economic growth, and enhancing the quality of Indonesian people.
Furthermore, he said, promoting prosperous families, strengthening the Alusista system to reinforce Indonesia’s standing in the world through foreign policy, and improving the quality of democracy, human rights, and impartial law enforcement, with a government that sides with the people.
This member of the AMIN National Team’s Council of Experts continued that the path of change through eight strategic programs theoretically encapsulates four dimensions of political development approach.
First, the dimension of political integration, justice, and prosperity for all. Second, the economic development dimension to achieve economic independence. Third, the welfare dimension, and fourth, the dimension of strengthening the political system based on quality democracy.
“The Vision and Mission ideas offered by Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar can be considered perfect, having a solid scientific basis and the factual reality of the general public. However, the task is not easy and will encounter resistance from the oligarchy.”
“They have been enjoying the fat of economic growth, through government policy support and collaboration with state actors. Of course, they won’t stay quiet. And long before the election, they have reacted in various ways to obstruct Anies Baswedan from advancing in the 2024 Presidential Election,” continued Djafar.
Therefore, the significant mission and path of change offered by Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar must be supported by the political strength of supporters and community volunteers, as a basis for people’s sovereignty. And it must be ensured from the outset that the change train is free from personal and group conflicts of interest with ‘stowaways’.
“These ‘stowaways’ will disrupt from within and wreak havoc on the change strategy. As seen in the early days of the reformation, it eventually stagnated.”
This combination of strategy and collaboration, added Djafarr, will become the energy to push for change in addressing disparities as a colonial legacy.
“This path will create a multiplier effect. Strengthening people’s sovereignty and national integration. As a capital for Indonesia to strengthen its position and actively engage in global politics,” he concluded. (kba)