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Continuity of the Jokowi Program is Needed to Realize Golden Indonesia 2045


It is hoped that the 2024 political contest will give birth to national leaders who can realize sustainable programs. This is believed to be the key to realizing Golden Indonesia 2045.

This issue was discussed in the Moya Institute’s national webinar entitled “Proclamation: Opportunities and Challenges for Leaders Towards Indonesia Gold 2045” on Friday (25/8).

Observer on strategic and global issues, Prof. Imron Cotan, who was one of the speakers in the webinar, first spoke about the importance of unity amid increasingly complex global and domestic challenges. Therefore, the ideal leader of the 2024 Contest results, he said, is a leader who is able to unite.

“The leader must be able to build a national consensus and ensure that the entire Indonesian nation becomes part of the effort to achieve Indonesia Gold 2045,” said Prof. Imron Cotan.

The former Indonesian Ambassador to China also said that the 2024 Presidential Election would be an opportunity for the Indonesian people to choose leaders who have a strong commitment to national unity and integrity.

The leader must be able to build bridges of communication between various community groups, ensure that every voice is heard, and every decision that is made always takes the common interest into account.

“The presidential election is a crucial moment in determining the direction of Indonesia in the next two decades. Voters should consider a candidate who not only has a clear international vision, but also a strong commitment to advancing domestic interests,” he continued.

Meanwhile, the Chancellor of Jenderal Achmad Yani University, Hikmahanto Juwana, hopes that whoever holds the reins of national leadership will be able to inflame the spirit and perspective that Indonesia can become a super power country.

Because according to him, Indonesia Gold 2045 is a big goal that must be realized towards Indonesia’s one hundred years.

“In order to achieve this desire, whoever the presidential candidate has been determined by the KPU needs to have a commitment to reject foreign intervention that seeks to control us,” said Hikmahanto.

Furthermore, the reform politician, Fahri Hamzah, emphasized that the future leader should continue President Jokowi’s development program, so that there is continuity. Including the IKN development program.

He also believes that Indonesia is currently on a journey towards the ideals written by the nation’s founding fathers in the Preamble to the 1945 Constitution. One of the four goals places Indonesia in an international perspective.

“This country is designed to become a global player,” said Fahri.

The proof is, shortly after the Proclamation, Indonesia, he said, immediately became a global player. The Asian-African Conference which was held in Indonesia succeeded in inspiring the nations of the world.

“Don’t forget, one of the goals of this nation is global, namely to implement world order based on freedom, eternal peace and social justice,” he continued.

General Secretary of PP Muhammadiyah, Prof. Abdul Mu’ti, argues that there are four sovereignties that are important to be strengthened to achieve “Golden Indonesia 2045”.

First, political sovereignty whose substance is self-determination, according to the 1945 Constitution. Second, territorial sovereignty to optimize everything contained in Indonesia’s land. Third, cultural sovereignty which shows that we have unique characteristics and characteristics as an Indonesian nation. Finally, sovereignty is an international position to create world peace

“In order for these four sovereignties to become the foundation towards Golden Indonesia 2045, the supporting strength lies in human resources (HR),” said Mu’ti.

To support human resources, he said the number of educated population must be increased, the economy strong, and have visionary leaders who are able to maximize Indonesia’s bargaining power in the international world.

“For this reason, the new government’s program must be sustainable, not changed and started from zero again,” he added.

Executive Director of the Moya Institute, Hery Sucipto, said that Indonesia must be able to produce quality and superior national leaders in every era of government.

According to Hery, a strong capital that must be owned by future leaders is the ability to create, maintain, and foster national unity and integrity.

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