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Health Protocol Violators will be Sanctioned, According to Vice Mayor of Batam

Vice Mayor of Batam, Amsakar Achmad commented on the sanctions preparation against violators of health protocols. Will adjust to resident conditions.

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Vice Mayor of Batam, Amsakar Achmad after Tribun Podcast at Tribun Batam Office, Friday (14/8). 

Editor: Putri Larasati Anggiawan

TRIBUNBATAM.id, BATAM - Vice Mayor of Batam, Amsakar Achmad commented on the preparation for sanctions against violators of health protocols.

According to him, a regulation is actually how to foster obedience and self-awareness in society, not just giving punishment.

Meanwhile, in terms of substance, appropriate sanctions for violators of health protocols, according to Amsakar, will adjust to the conditions of Batam City community.

"If possible, with an easy sanction but a very good impact, we'd better choose that method.

You don't have to be loud, "he said after joining Tribun Podcast, last Friday (14/8).

Amsakar has not been able to deliver the final results regarding the Regional Head Regulation.

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Due to the busy agenda, Amsakar also admitted that he had not been able to coordinate with Mayor of Batam, Muhammad Rudi regarding this matter.

However, he revealed the results of his participation in the meeting of Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs together with Regional Heads throughout Indonesia via online some time ago.

"In the online meeting, the emphasis is clear, the regional head is asked to make a Regional Head Regulation, hopefully it can be a Regional Regulation.

But I think what we can pursue is Regional Head Regulation first.

We will coordinate this internally first, yes, but FKPD in principle is ready, "said Amsakar. (TribunBatam.id/Hening Sekar Utami)

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Penulis: Putri Larasati Anggiawan
Editor: Putri Larasati Anggiawan
Sumber: Tribun Batam
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