Corruption Eradication Commission All Hanura In Dapil Jabar II

Because Women Representation Is Less 30%, Also Wrong Placement Woman

JAKARTA – The General Election Commission ( KPU ) crossed out the names of Legal Candidate Members (Bacaleg) People’s Conscience Party (Hanura) for the House of Representatives in the electoral district (dapil) West Java II. Thus the party is otherwise not have candidates in dapil it.

The decision was first made known after the KPU on Thursday (13/6) afternoon, releasing the names of the Temporary Candidate List (DCS) legislators for the DPR RI through its official website www.kpu.go.id. After checking, it turns out Hanura candidate column for Jabar II dapil, empty.

“The KPU has just corrected its decision. Apparently there is a list of candidates Jabar II from Hanura not qualified. Because the placement of women is wrong, “said KPU commissioner Hadar Gumay in Jakarta, Thursday (13/6).

With this decision then according to Hadar, the number of Bacaleg who did not enter the DCS increased from the previous 77 people, to become 87 people.

In addition, this decision also adds to the list of sanctioned political parties having no candidates in a number of electoral districts.

Previously, the KPU has determined that four political parties have no candidates in several electoral areas. Namely the Justice and Unity Party of Indonesia (PKPI), has no candidates in the dapil West Java V, West Java VI and NTT I.

Then the United Development and Development Party (PPP) has no legislative candidate in West Java II and Central Java III. Then Gerindra Party from West Java IX dapil and National Mandate Party (PAN) in the dapil West Sumatra I.

The decision was conveyed by Chairman of KPU Husni Kamil Manik in the event of ‘Submission of Verification Result of Administrative Reform of Candidate of House of Representatives in 2014,’ in Banda Room, Hotel Borobudur, Central Jakarta, Monday (10/6).

According to Husni, according to the regulations and legislation, the representation of 30 percent of women must be filled with political parties election participants in each electoral district. If it does not meet 30 percent representation, then it does not qualify nomination of political parties in the electoral area.