This Is the Price That Needs to Be Paid to Preserve Indonesia Existence In 2045

Author : Humas | Tuesday, April 09, 2019 16:05 WIB
Alissa Wahid (left) receive a souvenire of Suluh Kebangsaan from her sister Inayah Wahid. (Photo: Rino/Humas)

Alissa Wahid, the daughter of the 4th president Republic of Indonesia Gus Dur said, the homework of Indonesian society is not easy in actualizing the Indonesia Golden Generation 2045. But it is important to be realized. “The key is in the good state building, justice through a system of integrity, and the way we preserve association and unity,” she said, Tuesday (9/4) in the morning.

This is delivered by Alisa in the opportunity to become a panelist in the event of National Dialogue at the GKB IV Auditorium University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM). There are other figures, they are Mahfud MD the Chairperson of the Suluh Kebangsaan Movement, Alim Markus the President Director of PT. Maspion, Dr. Fauzan, M.Pd. UMM Rector, Dr. Siti Ruhaini Dzhuhayatin, MA., Savic Ali, and Gus Dur's youngest daughter, Inayah Wahid.

For Indonesia existence in the next hundred years, which is 2045, there is a price that needs to be paid. “Do you want to hear that Indonesia is extinct from the map? But do you really want to pay the price to preserve Indonesia exist in the map? The price is, as an Indonesian citizen, get rid of selfishness,” she said in front of hundreds of participants of the event.

One of the UMM students greets Alissa Wahid after became the speaker in National Dialogue. (Photo: Rino/Humas)

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Not just that, he said, if someone wants to develop and grow in becoming an independent and self-determining. But at the same time, if Indonesia wants to be an enormous country, society needs to be prosperous. ”Prosperous must become a part of us. Independent and self-determining. Indonesia can be an enormous country if the society is able to support himself,” she said.

It did not stop there, the participation of the next generations to be prosperous Indonesia is required. “We need these millennials generations to keep socialize or share his space for the life of the nation and state. We need a generation that not apathetic towards politics, we need a generation that not ignorant with what is happening around us,” she said.

Millennials generations who lived in the age of information technology is growing rapidly, it makes this generation have an advantage. In 2012, she told that they were shocked by the case of Satinah, a TKI that threatened with beheadings if she cannot pay as much 21 billion diyat. Indonesian government can only pay 9 billion. It is actually not enough,” she explained.

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Indonesian netizens, millennial young people at that time, initiative to contribute themselves to prevent the punishment. The collected amount of money was 2,8 billion in just a few days. “That is the power of the digital world and it is the power of Indonesian youth. It is also happened in 2014, at the submissions of the expansion of KPK building. And again by the power of netizens, that submission was approved,” she explained.

Citing one of the concepts of the Family Psychologist Alisa said, millennial leader, require characteristics that summarized in five thinking skills. If not so, they will be a people that crushed by the wheel of times. “It is mastering knowledge, innovative, critical, and creative, respect for others and the last is able to differentiate which is right or wrong” she concluded. (joh)

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