Free West Papua : Ministry of Home Affairs Seeks Recording of PAPUA E-KTP Reaching 60 Percent



Wamena - The Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri) strives to realize the recording of electronic resident mark cards (e-KTP) in Papua Province, reaching 60 percent by the end of 2018.

Director General of Population and Civil Registry of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Zudan Arif Fakrulloh, when launching the Indonesian Population Administration Conscious Movement (GISA) in Wamena, the capital of Jayawijaya Regency on Wednesday, expecting the National program to be supported by all parties.

"We are trying to make Papua in 60 percent recording in the next three months. All regional heads, population offices, DPRD members, Forkompinda are asked to move together to succeed in this national program," he said.

He said nationally the percentage of people who had recorded electronic ID cards was 97 percent, but specifically for Papua only 10 percent.

Zudan Arif hopes that GISA will facilitate the farthest district residents to get one day service.

"Until September 20, 2018 we focus on recording electronic ID cards, but other population services such as birth certificates are also a priority," he said.

Jayawijaya Deputy Regent John R. Banua requested that the GISA service be extended because the enthusiasm of the residents for the program was quite high, especially those who had not recorded the identity card.

"We have asked the Director General to add time until September 22, 2018, so that all people in this mountain can be served," he said.

According to him, the Ministry of Home Affairs is ready to provide assistance both in terms of energy and equipment to support the GISA program.

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