TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – President Joko Widodo or Jokowi was present at the opening ceremony of the orientation week of the legislative candidates for the Democratic National Party or NasDem at the Mercure Hotel, Ancol, Jakarta, Saturday, September 1, 2018.
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Jokowi arrived at the Mercure hotel around 8.30 pm. In this case Jokowi will give direction to NasDem candidates. However, this briefing session is closed to the media.
In that case no fewer than 575 candidates will receive debriefing for the legislative level in the House of Representatives on 3 September, 1-3 September 2018.
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Chairman of the DPP NasDem in the field of Media and Public Communication Willy Aditiya said that the candidates would get a basic orientation on the structure and operation of NasDem. "It is important to do this given the diverse background of the candidates", he said when he was met at the location.
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According to Willy, NasDem candidates come from different professions and backgrounds. Therefore, Willy said, it is important to know the political ideology of NasDem.
In addition, the candidates also gain insight into national politics. NasDem will invite all representatives of religious organizations to strengthen the national political ideology of the bacaleg. "One of them is Kiai Haji Ma & ruin Amin who will provide the national political debriefing material," he said.
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Willy said, NasDem aims to achieve the top three positions in the 2019 parliamentary elections by gaining 100 seats in the DPR. "One of the debriefing materials is how the strategy is in the top three," he said.