Golden dawn politician cancels australian trip after visa applications fail
Jakarta, April 22 (Xinhua) — A new day dawned in Jakarta on Tuesday and a man who has notched up one political victory after another with his tough stance on illegal immigration would like 수원 출장 안마to stay that way for as long as possible.
Maksim Jogyal of the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), who is also chairman of Indonesia’s largest private sector trade union, the Kedah Petroleum Workers’ Council, announced that he was going to hold talks about his visa applic바카라 사이트ation on April 18, 2015.
Jogyal has so far managed to obtain an Indonesian visa, but had his application rejected by immigration on Sunday.
“We don’t want our children to have to go to school, so we would have preferred if 출장 마사지the visa was processed as soon as possible,” he said.
This is particularly difficult for a man who was elected by millions of Indonesians to be the country’s president and is scheduled to take office later this year, a job which has brought massive economic dividends and a welcome boost for the country, which suffers a stagnant economy.
The issue of illegal immigration is one of the topics which led Jogyal to step down from his job after nearly five years in office, during which he has worked as an advocate and spokesperson for the group that works for immigration.
The country’s interior ministry last month rejected an application from Maksim Jogyal to travel to India for medical treatment on the basis of a long-standing complaint against him by a prominent immigration lawyer.