Future Leaders’ Commitment to Continuing the Jokowi Program is the Key to Indonesia Gold in 2045
In order to achieve the vision of “Golden Indonesia 2045,” the national leadership resulting from the 2024 political contest must have the ability to guide the nation through dynamic changes on an international scale while maintaining Indonesia’s interests. The priority in this trip is to strengthen national unity. Therefore, the leader that is expected from the 2024 election is he who is able to strengthen the unity and integrity of the nation in the midst of increasingly complex global and domestic challenges.
Prof. Ambassador Imron Cotan, an observer on strategic and global issues, speaking at a national webinar held by the Moya Institute on Friday, 25 August 2023, stated, “Leaders who will lead Indonesia must have the ability to create national agreements and ensure the participation of all Indonesian citizens in business reach Golden Indonesia 2045.”
The 2024 elections are a valuable opportunity for the Indonesian people to elect leaders who have a strong commitment to national unity and integrity. Leaders must be able to bridge communication between all groups in society, ensure that every voice is heard, and make decisions that consider the interests of everyone.
Imron stressed, “The presidential election is an important moment in determining the direction of Indonesia for the next 5 years. Voters must be able to consider candidates who not only have a clear international vision, but also have a strong commitment to advancing domestic interests.”
Hikmahanto Juwana, Chancellor of Jenderal Achmad Yani University, stated that achieving the goal of “Golden Indonesia 2045” is the main focus in this one hundred years of the Republic. The next national leader candidate must be able to arouse enthusiasm that Indonesia can become a global power. Juwana stressed the need for a commitment to reject foreign interference that wants to control Indonesia.
Fahri Hamzah, a politician involved in the reform era, underlined the importance of continuing the development programs initiated by President Jokowi, including the IKN development program. He also highlighted that Indonesia is on its way towards the ideals listed in the Preamble to the 1945 Constitution, one of which is to play a role in an international perspective.
“This country is designed to be a global player. Shortly after the Proclamation, we became global players, such as through the Asian-African Conference which affected nations around the world. One of the aims of this nation is to contribute to world order based on freedom, eternal peace and social justice,” said Fahri.
Prof. Abdul Mu’ti, General Secretary of PP Muhammadiyah, believes that four forms of sovereignty need to be strengthened to achieve “Golden Indonesia 2045.” This includes political sovereignty, territorial sovereignty, cultural sovereignty, and sovereignty of the international position. Mu’ti emphasizes that human resources are the key to achieving this goal.
“These four forms of sovereignty will become the basis for ‘Golden Indonesia 2045,’ and the main strength lies in human resources, including an educated population, a strong economy, and leaders who have the vision to amplify Indonesia’s role in the international world,” Mu said. ti. Therefore, sustainable and unchanging government programs will be essential to achieve this goal.
Hery Sucipto, Executive Director of the Moya Institute, stressed that Indonesia needs to produce quality national leaders in every era of government. According to him, future leaders must have the ability to form, maintain and strengthen the unity and integrity of the nation.