Iemma sends apology letter to indonesian governor”
The following day, Emmawati wrote a letter to the governor of Indonesia expressing her regret and apologizing for her actions. Emmawati said that the letter was sent to show that Indonesia was committed to ensuring that the rule of law was respected, even when there is an apparent conflict더킹카지노 between state policies and personal interests.
Emmawati said that while she did not personally know the governor or his family, she considered the statement she made regarding corruption in the state to be a serious matter to address. Emmawati wrote that in her view, the governor’s statement violated the president’s duty to uphold fundamental rights.
“The gove우리카지노rnor’s statement of April 3, 2017, was clearly not in accordance with basic principles of the Constitution and was in blatant violation of the principles of democracy,” Emmawati said. “The statement was in violation of the principle of free inquiry into the conduct of state officials and to ensure that no private interests influenced or impeded our officials’ functions in the state.”
According to Emmawati, she made the statement after a private conversation with the governor about the governor’s family.
Emmawati’s latest statements, which are now covered by the news, come a week before Indonesia holds the next election, with the opposition seeking another term of Prime Minister Joko Widodo in 2017.
Emmawati’s remarks about corruption in Indonesia’s police force also come just over two weeks after the nation’s top cop and the head of the country’s largest police union wrote an open letter to the president praising the department’s commitment to fight corruption and police corruption.
The open letter was signed by former military chief Marshal Suharto, former police chief Retno Marsudi, police chief Gen. Rick Bakri and other police officers of the Indonesian police force. The letter stated that the force was committed to upholding human rights.
Emmawati’s actions come just days after the Supreme Court found the president to have breached Article 36 of the Constitution by interfering with the conduct of judges and police officers who investigate corruption in the country.
Emmawati has been accused by the Indonesian government and civil society for her response to the corruption scandal, in더킹카지노cluding her decision to fire her predecessor as defense minister, Adhamdol Nuhu, on the grounds that he had a conflict of interest.
Nuhu resigned in January after becoming the prime minister’s top deputy.
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