Temui Mahasiswa Pendemo, Habib Hadi Beberkan Kinerja

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KANIGARAN–Aliansi mahasiswa Probolinggo yang terdiri dari Himpunan Mahasiswa Islam (HMI) Probolinggo, Pergerakan Mahasiswa Islam Indonesia (PMII) dan Ikatan Mahasiswa Muhammadiyah (IMM) menggelar aksi unjuk rasa, Rabu (29/5) siang. Mereka menagih janji program 99 hari kerja, Wali Kota Hadi Zainal Abidin dan Wawali Mochammad Soufis Subri.

Melihat ada puluhan mahasiswa hendak mendemonya di depan kantor wali kota, Habib Hadi pun langsung keluar kantor untuk menemui langsung para mahasiswa tersebut. Wali kota sempat menanyakan, domisili para mahasiswa itu tinggal. Kebanyakan, berasal dari Kabupaten Probolinggo.

Menurutnya, jika ada mahasiswa asal Kota Probolinggo setidaknya mengetahui apa saja program yang sudah dijalankan. “Kabupaten semua. Ya, adik-adik mahasiswa memang punya hak di wilayah kota. Saya baru dilantik 30 Januari 2019, sudah dihitung berapa hari? Saya bekerja menerima dan mengemban amanah ini. Tahu tidak?” tanya Habib Hadi.

Aliansi mahasiswa menjawab jika sudah 99 hari, bahkan lebih. Wali kota kembali menanyakan, dasar pengitungannya sesuai kalender atau hari kerja, dan mahasiswa kembali menjawab kalender.

Padahal program 99 hari kerja Habib Hadi-Subri dihitung hari kerja aktif (tanpa Sabtu-Minggu dan hari libur nasional). “Saya bekerja baru 80 hari, per hari ini,” tegasnya begitu lantang menggunakan megaphone milik pendemo.

“Sejak awal Habib dilantik, secara kelembagaan kami sudah mengirim surat audiensi. Minggu lalu juga. Tetapi tidak ada tanggapan. Maka, kami melakukan aksi ini,” sahut Ketua Umum PMII Probolinggo, Aulia Wahyu.

“Karena saya belum membaca surat itu, maka bentuk protesnya seperti ini,” tanya Habib Hadi lagi. Aliansi mahasiswa pun kompak mengiyakan.

“Hari ini kelembagaan kami beraliansi. Secara kelembagaan legitimasi kami di kota dan kabupaten. Ke depan, kami mahasiswa berkomitmen mengawal kebijakan-kebijakan yang ada karena merupakan tanggung jawab mahasiswa. Tidak hanya isu lokal tetapi isu di Jawa Timur bahkan nasional,” jawab Ketua Umum HMI Probolinggo, Abu Hanifah.

Intinya, aliansi mahasiswa ini menagih janji 99 hari kerja pemimpin baru di Kota Probolinggo tersebut. Secara tegas Habib Hadi pun menjelaskan pihaknya sudah merealisasikan pendidikan gratis dan berkualitas. Apabila pada implementasinya para mahasiswa menemukan ada ketidakberesan, Habib Hadi pun meminta mereka melaporkan kepadanya.

“Selain pendidikan gratis, masalah kesejahteraan sosial juga penting seiring dengan pengembangan sumber daya manusia. Masih banyak anak-anak di bawah umur yang tidak dapat melanjutkan sekolah,” kata Abu Hanifah lagi.

Menjawab apa yang menjadi tuntutan mahasiswa, Wali Kota Habib Hadi menjelaskan kepada mereka tentang tata kelola pemerintahan. Ia juga membeberkan sejumlah program yang sudah dilakukan dalam 99 hari kerja, selain pendidikan gratis dan berkualitas, ada percepatan santunan kematian yang cukup terlayani selama tiga hari.

Habib Hadi juga telah meresmikan pelayanan pengaduan via telepon 112, meluncurkan mal pelayanan publik dan terbaru adalah peluncuran aplikasi VIEW Probolinggo. Progres rencana pembanguan rumah sakit baru pun sudah ada perkembangan sedikit demi sedikit dari pemerintah untuk merealisasikannya.

Wali Kota Probolinggo memukul gong sebagai tanda telah di-launchingnya aplikasi VIEW Probolinggo, Rabu (22/5) petang, di Puri Manggala Bakti. (foto:Rizal Al Karimi/humas dan protokol)

“Anggaran tahun 2019 telah disetujui pada 2018 lalu, sebelum kami berdua dilantik. Jadi, kami melaksanakan tahun anggaran berjalan. Kami juga harus menyusun RPJMD tahun 2019-2024,” ungkap Habib Hadi.

Setelah wali kota menemui para mahasiswa tersebut, ia kembali ke dalam kantor wali kota. Kepada awak media, Habib Hadi menyatakan pihaknya sudah melakukan sosialisasi ke warga Kota Probolinggo dalam berbagai kesempatan menjelaskan terkait program-programnya.

“Makanya, kami sampaikan harus bisa memberi penjelasan yang fair. Kami mengusulkan, parlemen menyetujui atau tidak, ini yang memerlukan pengawalan,” imbuhnya, ditemui usai aksi demo berlangsung.

Sementara itu, aliansi mahasiswa menagih janji program kerja 99 hari Habib Hadi-Subri berencana akan tetap mengirimkan surat ke wali kota untuk beraudiensi. “Karena 99 hari itu jadi cerminan bagaimana pemerintahan selama lima tahun mendatang,” jelas Abu Hanifah lagi. (famydecta/humas)

The Probolinggo college student alliance consisting of Probolinggo Islamic Student Association (HMI), the Indonesian Islamic Student Movement (PMII) and the Muhammadiyah Student Association (IMM) held a demonstration on Wednesday (29/5) afternoon. They demanded fulfillment of the 99-day work program Mayor Hadi Zainal Abidin and Vice Mayor Mochammad Soufis Subri had promised.

Responding to dozens of students organizing the demonstration in front of the mayor’s office, Habib Hadi immediately left his office room to meet them in person. The mayor asked the students where exactly they live. It turned out that most of them are from Probolinggo Regency.

According to him, people, including the students, from Probolinggo City would know what programs that have been implemented. “So, you are all from the regency. I understand that college students do have their rights in the city area. I was inaugurated on January 30, 2019. My question is how many days has it been counted? I work to receive and carry out this mandate. Do you know?” asked Habib Hadi.

The student alliance answers that it’s been 99 days, even more. The mayor again asked them if their basis of the calculation was by the calendar or working day, and the student answered it was based on the calendar.

The 99-day work program of Habib Hadi-Subri is indeed calculated based on an active working day (other than Saturday-Sunday and national holidays). “I have only been working for 80 days,” he said so loudly using the demonstrator’s megaphone.

“Since you were inaugurated, we institutionally have sent an official letter to have an audience. We sent another one last week. Yet, there was no response. So, we take this action,” said the General Chairperson of PMII Probolinggo, Aulia Wahyu.

“Since I have not read the letter, so you all decided to organize the protest, didn’t you?” asked Habib Hadi again. It was firmly confirmed by the student alliance.

“Today our institutions are allied. Institutionally our legitimacy is in the city and regency. We, students, are committed to monitoring existing policies because they are the responsibility of students. It’s not only about local issues but also provincial issues and even nationally,” said the General Chairman of the HMI Probolinggo, Abu Hanifah.

In essence, this student alliance is demanding the fulfillment of 99 workdays the new regional leader in the city had promised. Habib Hadi also explained that his side had completed free and high-quality education program. The students have the rights to report directly to him if they find any irregularities in this program.

“In addition to free education, social welfare issues are also important along with the development of human resources. There are still many children who cannot finish their school,” Abu Hanifah said again.

Responding to the demands of the students, Mayor Habib Hadi explained to them about governance. He also disclosed several programs that have been carried out in 99 working days. Other than free and high-quality education, there is an acceleration of the death compensation that is adequately served for three days.

Habib Hadi has also launched the 112 emergency number, Public Service Mall and Probolinggo VIEW application. The progress of the plan to develop a new hospital has also been developed gradually from the government.

“The 2019 budget was approved in 2018 before we were both inaugurated. So, we carry out the current fiscal year. We also have to prepare the Regional Middle-Term Development Plan (RPJMD) in 2019-2024,” said Habib Hadi.

When asked about the demonstration, to the media crew, Habib Hadi stated that his side had already promoted the programs he made to Probolinggo City residents.

“Therefore, we’d like to say that we must be able to give a clear explanation. We propose that the parliament approves it or not, this requires supervising,” he added when asked following the demonstration.

Meanwhile, the alliance of students plans to continue sending letters to the mayor for an audience. “Because 99 days is a reflection of how the government will be for the next five years,” explained Abu Hanifah again.