Jakarta – The price of premium fuel types in Java, Madura and Bali (Jamali) declined before the 2019 presidential elections. Premiums in Jamali, which previously had Rp 6.550 / liter, dropped from Rp 100 to Rp. 6.450 / liter.
According to the coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, he stressed that this policy had nothing to do with politics. If there is a connection with politics, Luhut means inventing it.
"There is nothing to do with politics, politics, we simply invent it." If we make it up, we will make a lot of noise, "Luhut said after attending the Wealth on Wealth event in 2019, held by Standard Chartered in Jakarta on Monday (11/2/2019).
"No (there is political interest), this is all fried," Luhut said.
According to him, the fall in fuel prices is a good sign for Indonesia's economy.
"It's good, the sign is that our economy is becoming more stable and better," he added. (hns / hns)