Joko Widodo Presidency of Joko Widodo Joko Widodo of Indonesia appoints Mochamad Iriawan, an active police general, as acting governor of West Java bringing back dual function.
Home Minister Tjahjo Kumolo has inaugurated high-ranking National Police officer Comr. Gen. M. Iriawan, who once served as the provincial police chief, as an acting governor to replace incumbent West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan, whose term as the province’s head ended on June 13.
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The Joko Widodo administration of Indonesia appoints M. Iriawan, an active police general, as acting governor of West Java bringing back dual function. 2018-06-19 20:30:13 (First version)
The Joko Widodo P r e si d en c y o f J o k o Wi d o d o J o k o Wi do d o of Indonesia appoints M o c h a m a d Iriawan, an active police general, as acting governor of West Java bringing back dual function. (Current version)
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