Commander of Indonesian National Armed Force (TNI) and National Police Chief of Indonesia (KAPOLRI) attends KONASPI IX/2019 at UNP

Commander of Indonesian National Armed Force (TNI) and National Police Chief of Indonesia (KAPOLRI) attends KONASPI IX/2019 at UNP
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Padang— The National Police Chief of Indonesia Prof. Drs. H. Muhammad Tito Karnavian, M.A., Ph. D as the speaker of Indonesia Education National Convention (Konaspi) IX-2019. Tito presents the source of negative information issues from the impact of the industrial revolution 4.0 at Auditorium Universitas Negeri Padang.

In addition, Tito Karnavian said that the use of technology made the people are able to access anything, for example Facebook, “I hoped the user of Facebook does not upload the information which can trigger the conflict”, said Tito.

“The differences of tribes, religions, and culture also trigger the conflicts,” said the National Police Chief, Tito Karnavian in Auditorium Universitas Negeri Padang on Thursday (March 14, 2019). Tito also explained the difference of contexts was able to trigger the management of conflicts. Whereas in Indonesia, Tito said the conflicts were vulnerable when there are stringing differences between socioeconomic classes.

“We should be honest without intending to blame the current government in the period of 1945 until 74 years. We have not been able to change the image of people and Indonesia as the Republic of Indonesia must be upheld to reduce the conflict”, added Tito Karnavian. Furthermore, Tito also explained that one of the greatest blessings of god is that this nation is still entranced for up 74 years. Our country can still be united within the frame of Republic of Indonesia, even though there has been turmoil in several places, but still to keep control. Furthermore, Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, Hadi Tjahjanto SIP also attended the second day of KONASPI IX-2018 on Thursday (March 14, 2019), so that the participants got the material of national issues. (Public Relations of UNP)