The action of the Regent of Purwakarta, Anne Ratna Mustika, to seal the house of worship in Cigelam Village has reaped the spotlight. One of them is from Muhammad Guntur Romli.
It is known that Anne Ratna Mustika recently sealed a house of worship in Cigelam Village, Babakancikao District.
The sealing was carried out after previously a video of residents rejecting the worship activities of the Simalungun Protestant Christian congregation went viral in a sports facility building but was converted as a place of worship without permission.
Later the sealing came under scrutiny from Muhammad Guntur Romli.
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By uploading it on his Twitter, Guntur Romli regretted the action of the Regent of Purwakarta in sealing the house of worship. He said Princess Anne’s actions violated her duties as regent.
“Chaotic, the Purwakarta Regent seals GKPS houses of worship/churches, even though the Regent’s job is in PBM No. 9 of 2006 Article 7 paragraph (1) point e: issuing IMBs for houses of worship is not sealing houses of worship. Unless he is subject to pressure from radical camps,” his criticism was quoted as saying Sunday (2/4/2023).
The PSI politician was once sarcastic about his leadership style compared to his husband Dedy Mulyadi.
“Purwakarta has been sad since Kang Dedi left,” he added.
Furthermore, he reminded that there is a guarantee of freedom of religion based on the constitution.
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“The guarantee of freedom of religion and worship has been guaranteed by Article 29 Paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution, which means that there is no term for asking for permission to worship. The Joint Ministerial Regulation to regulate the construction of houses of worship IS NOT THE RIGHT TO WORSHIP. WORSHIP DOES NOT NEED STATE AND OFFICIAL PERMISSIONS. Worship is the messenger of HUMANS and GOD. Regulations on the establishment of houses of worship cannot be an excuse for banning the right to worship,” he stressed.
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