Chairman of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR RI), Puan Maharani reminded all members of the Council who are currently in recess from April 15 to May 16, 2022, to come directly to hear the aspirations of the people in the electoral districts (dapil) before going home for Eid.
In addition, Puan said various problems ranging from supply and distribution to soaring food prices often occur before Idul Fitri.
For this reason, all members of the DPR are required to carry out a supervisory function to monitor food prices and all activities in the electoral district.
“Such as securing and monitoring food supply and distribution during Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr, issues of scarcity and spikes in cooking oil prices, rising fuel prices,” said Puan in a press statement to parliament, Sunday (April 17, 2022).
In addition, Puan appealed to all members of the DPR to monitor the readiness of the Lebaran homecoming process, which can only be carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, the preparation for the implementation of the Hajj did not go unnoticed.
“The implementation of PPKM and preparation for Lebaran homecoming, preparation for the implementation of the Hajj 1443 H/2022 AD, and the issue of illegal investment fraud,” said Puan.
Puan said the recess was an opportunity for all members of the DPR RI to meet and listen to the aspirations of the community according to their main duties and functions.
“Listen to people’s complaints, explain the constitutional mandate that we carry, and participate in strengthening and uniting the people in the spirit of gotong royong to jointly advance the spirit of Indonesia,” said the PDI-P politician.
Puan also asked all stakeholders to continue to follow health protocols when going home for Eid. According to him, the management of local governments and tourist attractions needs to be coordinated during Eid.
The former Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture (PMK) gave a message: “It was emphasized that the capacity of tourist attractions should not exceed the provisions, and the management of health protocols should be carried out as far as possible so as not to cause overcrowding of visitors. tourist attraction.”