Jokowi Ogah ke IIMS. "Arti Mobil Green Mana? Semua Pakai Bensin"

Jokowi Refused Came to the IIMS. "Where`s the Green Car? All Cars Use Gasoline"

Editor : Cahyani Harzi
Translator : Dhelia Gani


Jokowi Ogah ke IIMS. "Arti Mobil Green Mana? Semua Pakai Bensin"Jokowi di atas kap mesin mobil Esemka ketika masih menjabat Walikota Solo (Foto: viva.co.id)

Yogyakarta (B2B) - Gubernur DKI Jakarta Joko Widodo mengaku menolak hadir di pameran otomotif  Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS) 2013 di JIExpo Kemayoran yang berlangsung pada 19-29 September 2013.

"Saya sengaja tidak datang (ke pameran), sudah terlanjur jengkel. Arti mobil green-nya dimana, saya bingung. Wong, jelas semua masih pakai bensin yang dipamerkan. Bukan listrik atau energi matahari," kata Jokowi di Yogyakarta, Sabtu (21/9).

Dalam dialog di Yogyakarta, Jokowi mengungkap kekecewaan pada industri otomotif nasional yang terpuruk, tapi industri otomotif asing malahan kian berkibar.

Terkait surat keberatannya terhadap mobil murah kepada Wakil Presiden Boediono, Jokowi mengaku belum mendapat balasan. Dia menyatakan suratnya kepada Wapres Boediono bukan bermaksud melawan pemerintah pusat.

"Siapa yang melarang, tidak ada. Yang menolak juga enggak ada. Tapi mobil murah itu nggak bener," katanya seperti dilansir tempo.co.

Yogyakarta (B2B) - Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo claimed refused to attend the automotive exhibition in Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS) 2013 in the JIExpo Kemayoran on 19 to 29 September 2013.

"I intentionally did not came (to the show), was already irritated. Which green cars intent? I´m confused. All cars are exhibited clearly still use gasoline. There are no electric cars or solar energy," said Jokowi in Yogyakarta on Saturday (21/9).

In the dialogue in Yogyakarta, Jokowi reveals disappointment at the national automotive industry collapsed, but the foreign automotive industry moving forward.

Related letter of objection to the cheap cars to Vice President Boediono, Jokowi claimed to have not received a reply. He expressed his letter to the vice president is not intended against the central government.

"Who forbids, no. Which also refused nothing, but cheap car, it´s not right," he said as quoted by tempo.co.