Euro 2024: Jadwal pertandingan, ‘grup neraka’, dan favorit juara

Italia, Euro 2024
Keterangan gambar,Juara bertahan Italia akan berada di Grup B Euro 2024 bersama Spanyol, Kroasia, dan Albania.

Penantian para pecinta sepakbola hampir berakhir. Sebanyak 16 tim sepak bola nasional papan atas Eropa akan mulai berkompetisi di Piala Eropa 2024 atau Euro 2024 dalam waktu kurang dari 10 hari.

Ketika 16 negara telah terbagi ke dalam empat grup dan jadwal pertandingan telah ditentukan, berikut rincian lengkap untuk Euro 2024.

Kapan turnamen akan dimulai?

Digelar di Jerman, Euro 2024 resmi dimulai pada 14 Juni mendatang di Allianz Arena, kandang Bayern Munich.

Skotlandia akan menjadi tim yang menghadapi tuan rumah pada pertandingan pertama turnamen tersebut.

Akan ada dua hingga empat pertandingan setiap hari di babak grup hingga 26 Juni dan babak 16 besar akan dimulai pada 29 Juni.

Dari empat grup, terdapat dua ‘grup neraka’ yang masing-masing dihuni setidaknya dua tim kuat. Kedua grup itu adalah Grup B dan Grup D.

Grup B berisi Spanyol, Kroasia, Italia, Albania. Sedangkan Grup D berisi Polandia, Belanda, Austria, Prancis.

Anda bisa mengunduh kalender Euro 2024 melalui tautan ini

kalender Euro 2024

Ajang ini akan berakhir pada hari Minggu, 14 Juli di Olympiastadion, Berlin.

Euro 2024 akan menjadi turnamen pertama yang diselenggarakan Jerman sejak reunifikasi. PIala Eropa edisi tahun 1988 diadakan di Jerman Barat.

Kapan tiket pertandingan mulai dijual?

Tiket pertandingan awalnya dijual untuk umum dari tanggal 3 hingga 26 Oktober 2023 lalu dan dialokasikan melalui undian.

Fase penjualan utama tiket UEFA EURO 2024 sekarang telah berakhir.

UEFA memperingatkan para penggemar bahwa penjual tiket tidak resmi berupaya mengeksploitasi tingginya permintaan dengan menawarkan tiket palsu di pasar sekunder.

Siapa difavoritkan menjadi juara?

Inggris adalah favorit semua bandar taruhan di Inggris pada saat artikel ini disusun, dengan peluang 3/1.

Prancis di urutan kedua dengan peluang 4/1 dan tuan rumah Jerman di urutan ketiga dengan 5/1.

Georgia, Albania, Slovenia dan Slovakia dianggap sebagai tim dengan kemungkinan juara paling kecil, masing-masing antara 200/1 hingga 900/1.

Bagaimana pembagian grup Euro 2024?

Grup A: Jerman, Skotlandia, Hungaria, Swiss

Grup B: Spanyol, Kroasia, Italia, Albania

Grup C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, Inggris

Grup D: Polandia, Belanda, Austria, Prancis

Grup E: Belgia, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraina

Grup F: Turki, Georgia, Portugal, Republik Cekohttps://flo.uri.sh/visualisation/18266670/embed?auto=1

Bagaimana cara menonton pertandingan di Indonesia?

Grup MNC memegang hak siar tunggal Euro 2024 di Indonesia. Publik memiliki opsi menyaksikan tayangan pertandingan secara gratis dan berbayar melalui siaran yang mereka sajikan.

Bagaimana performa tim peserta Euro 2024?

Menjelang turnamen, enam tim tidak terkalahkan selama kualifikasi. Mereka adalah Prancis, Inggris, Portugal, Belgia, Romania, dan Hungaria.

Portugal adalah satu-satunya tim yang memenangkan setiap pertandingan. Mereka mengakhiri kualifikasi dengan mencetak 36 gol dan hanya kebobolan dua kali.

Spanyol dan Skotlandia hanya kalah satu kali, sedangkan Turki dan Austria juga lolos dengan rekor tak kalah impresif.

Meskipun Portugal memenangkan setiap pertandingan kualifikasi, mereka tidak memiliki pencetak gol terbanyak dalam fase kualifikasi.

Pencetak gol terbanyak adalah penyerang Inter Milan, Romelu Lukaku, yang mencetak 14 gol dalam delapan pertandingan untuk Belgia.

Stadion mana saja yang akan menggelar laga?

Allianz Arena dan Olympiastadion akan terlihat sepanjang turnamen. Total ada 10 kota tuan rumah, termasuk Cologne dan Dortmund.

Signal Iduna Park, kandang klub Borussia Dortmund, akan menjadi tuan rumah pertandingan di Grup B, D dan F, sekaligus terpilih sebagai salah satu venue babak 16 besar dan semifinal.

Berikut daftar lengkap tempat penyelenggaraan turnamen tersebut:

  • Berlin: Olympiastadion (70.000 tempat duduk)
  • Cologne: Cologne Stadium (47.000)
  • Dortmund: BVB Stadion Dortmund (66.000)
  • Dusseldorf: Dusseldorf Arena (47.000)
  • Frankfurt: Frankfurt Arena (48.000)
  • Gelsenkirchen: Arena AufSchalke (50.000)
  • Hamburg: Volksparkstadion Hamburg (50.000)
  • Leipzig: Leipzig Stadium (42.000)
  • Munich: Munich Football Arena (67.000)
  • Stuttgart: Stuttgart Arena (54.000)

Siapa pesepakbola populer yang tak akan berlaga di Euro 2024?

Penyerang Manchester City, Erling Haaland, dan gelandang Arsenal, Martin Odegaard, tidak akan ambil bagian dalam kompetisi ini karena Norwegia gagal lolos.

Di grup kualifikasi yang sama dengan Spanyol dan Skotlandia, mereka tidak mengumpulkan cukup poin untuk mendapatkan tempat otomatis dan juga tidak bisa lolos melalui babak play-off.

Swedia adalah negara penting lainnya yang tidak akan ambil bagian di Jerman, karena gagal lolos untuk pertama kalinya sejak tahun 1996.

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Hamas seeks ‘complete halt’ to war in Gaza proposal response

Getty Images A boy walks through rubble in Gaza

Hamas says it has submitted its response to a US-backed plan for a ceasefire in Gaza, with a senior group official telling the BBC that it still requires an Israeli commitment to a permanent ceasefire.

In a statement, the group, and its Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) allies, expressed “readiness to positively” reach a deal.

The proposed ceasefire plan – which was endorsed by the UN security council on Monday night – calls for a six-week ceasefire that would eventually become permanent.

Qatar and Egypt – who, along with the US, have mediated negotiations between Israel and Hamas – confirmed that the Palestinian group had submitted its reply.

In its statement on Tuesday evening, Hamas called for a “complete halt” to fighting in Gaza.

“The response prioritises the interests of our Palestinian people and emphasises the necessity of a complete halt to the ongoing aggression on Gaza,” Hamas and the PIJ said.

The groups added that they were ready “to engage positively to reach an agreement that ends this war”.

White House national security spokesperson John Kirby said it was “helpful” that Hamas had submitted a response and that US officials were “evaluating” the group’s requests.

Earlier on Tuesday US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had “reaffirmed his commitment” to the Gaza ceasefire plan and the world was waiting for the Hamas response.

The proposal set out by President Biden last month involves an initial six-week ceasefire, with Hamas releasing some hostages in exchange for Israel releasing an undefined number of Palestinian prisoners.

A second phase would see the remaining hostages released by Hamas and a total withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza as part of a “permanent” ceasefire, but the latter would still be subject to negotiations.

The actual Israeli proposal – reportedly lengthier than the summary presented by Mr Biden – has not been made public and it is unclear whether it varies from what the president conveyed in his statement on 31 May. It was presented to Hamas days prior to Mr Biden’s speech.

Mr Netanyahu has acknowledged his war cabinet has authorised the plan but has not voiced unequivocally support for it. Far right members of his cabinet have threatened to quit his coalition and trigger its collapse if the deal goes forward, seeing it as surrender to Hamas.

As Mr Blinken met Israeli officials in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, protesters outside his hotel held American flags calling for an agreement. Many held pictures of hostages and chanted: “SOS, USA”, and “we trust you, Blinken, seal a deal”.

Vicki Cohen, the mother of Nimrod Cohen, 19, an Israeli soldier who was kidnapped by Hamas on 7 October, held a banner showing his picture.

She told the BBC: “We come here to ask Blinken and the USA government to help us, to save us from our government. Our prime minister doesn’t want to bring our loved ones back, we need their help to pressure our government.”

He then travelled to the Dead Sea for a conference of Arab leaders calling for greater aid access into Gaza, where he said Israel “can do more”. He also announced $404 million in new aid for Palestinians, urging other countries to also “step up” assistance.

The war began after Hamas attacked Israel on 7 October, killing about 1,200 people and taking 251 others back to Gaza as hostages. The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza says more than 37,000 people have been killed in the Israeli offensive since then.

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The impact of recognising a Palestinian state

Reuters A Palestinian girl carries cans to collect water in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, on 22 May
Many countries say they will only recognise a Palestinian state as part of a long-term political solution

As fighting and suffering continues in Gaza, and violence grows in the West Bank, prospects of the Palestinian people gaining their own state might seem further away than ever.

The decision by several European countries to formally recognise the existence of a Palestinian state will not overcome the reality that such ambition still faces huge obstacles.

But the declarations by Ireland, Spain and Norway will put pressure on other countries in Europe – including the UK, France and Germany – to follow them in supporting Palestinian self-determination.

“This is extremely significant,” one Arab diplomat said. “It reflects European frustration with the Israeli government’s refusal to listen.

“And it puts pressure on the EU to follow suit.”

But Israeli ministers insist this will encourage Hamas and reward terrorism, further reducing the chances of a negotiated settlement.

Most countries – about 139 in all – formally recognise a Palestinian state.

On May 10, 143 out of 193 members of the United Nations’ general assembly voted in favour of a Palestinian bid for full UN membership, something that is only open to states.

Palestine currently has a kind of enhanced observer status at the UN, which gives them a seat but not a vote in the assembly.

It is also recognised by various international organisations including the Arab League and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.

A minority of European countries already recognise a Palestinian state. They comprise Hungary, Poland, Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Bulgaria which adopted the position 1988; and others including Sweden, Cyprus and Malta.

But many European nations – and the United States – say they will recognise a Palestinian state only as part of a long-term political solution to the conflict in the Middle East.

This is often referred to as the ‘two-state solution’ where both Israelis and Palestinians agree to have their own states with their own borders.

European countries and the US differ over when they should recognise a Palestinian state.

Ireland, Spain and Norway say they are doing so now to kick-start a political process. They argue there will be a sustained solution to the current crisis only if both sides can aim at some kind of political horizon.

These countries are also responding to domestic political pressures to show more support for Palestinians.

In the past, the position of many Western countries was that Palestinian statehood should be a prize for a final peace agreement.

But Lord Cameron, the UK Foreign Secretary, and some other European countries have in recent months shifted their positions, saying the recognition of Palestinian statehood could come earlier, to help drive momentum towards a political settlement.

In February, President Macron of France said: “The recognition of a Palestinian state is not a taboo for France.”

And earlier this month, France supported Palestinian membership of the UN in the general assembly vote.

The US has privately discussed this issue with European allies but is more cautious and wants a clearer sense of what the policy would mean in practice.

So the key debate behind the scenes is about when these holdout countries should recognise a Palestinian state: when formal peace talks begin between Israelis and Palestinians, when Israel and Saudi Arabia normalise diplomatic relations, when Israel fails to undertake certain actions, or when the Palestinians take certain actions.

In other words, they want recognition of the state of Palestine to be a big moment designed to achieve a diplomatic outcome.

“It is a big card that Western countries have to play,” one Western official said. “We don’t want to throw it away.”

The problem is that recognising a Palestinian state is largely a symbolic gesture if it does not also address the vital concomitant questions.

What should the borders be? Where should the capital be located? What should both sides do first to make it happen?

These are difficult questions that have not been agreed – or even answered – satisfactorily for decades.

As of today, a few more countries in Europe now believe there should be a Palestinian state.

Supporters will cheer the move, opponents will decry it.

The grim reality for Palestinians on the ground is unlikely to change.

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Lok Sabha 2024: The influencers driving India’s big election

BBC InfluencersBBCInfluencers like Ranting Gola (left) and Sham Sharma are using their social media presence to promote political parties

Just weeks before the first ballot was cast in this year’s Indian election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at an event in Delhi rubbing shoulders with people known by names like BeerBiceps and Curly Tales.

The event – an awards show, congratulating some of the country’s top social media stars on their work – was an acknowledgement of the power of the influencer which a few years ago may have seemed unimaginable.

And as politicians prepared to battle it out for India’s billion votes, these influencers were being lined up to play a crucial role in reaching the young, the disinterested and the disillusioned.

But even as some celebrate social media’s democratisation of the media – a place where any one can share their views freely – others paint a darker picture, one where threats are rife, and the truth can be set aside for the right pay cheque.

A decade ago, you would have struggled to find anyone calling themselves an “influencer”.

But now, says Vinay Deshpande, co-founder of Rajneethi, a political management consultant firm, “it’s become a profession”.

“I know teenagers who are doing this part-time to earn pocket money.”

Pocket money underplays the earning potential somewhat, however. At the lower end, people can charge around 2,000 rupees ($24; £19) a day, but top influencers can pull in about 500,000 rupees for a post – equivalent to the monthly salary of someone in top-level management.

The creator of the Ranting Gola channel revealed to the BBC that political parties and election management firms have offered as much as “100,000 to 500,000 rupees for a single campaign”.

It is no small amount – but then, it could turn the tide in a candidate’s favour.

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Mr Deshpande says they have helped an opposition candidate win an assembly election by pushing out content through a curated list of local influencers with a small but active following.

“Social media content is powerful and can influence the way a person feels about an issue,” Mr Deshpande says. “It gives social currency to a belief or opinion – but this can lead to a lack of critical thinking about an issue,” he adds.

Preethi Aggarwal, 25, is one of those who turns to apps like Instagram, YouTube and Twitter to help her understand the news.

Like thousands of others, Ms Aggarwal follows a bunch of “political influencers”, or people who talk about politics on social media to “really understand what’s going on”.

“News can get boring and complicated sometimes. I think these people [influencers] make it fun and easier to understand,” she says, adding the context and their own perspective help her form her opinions.

But the problem is, whose perspective is she getting?

PMO India / YouTube InfluencersPMO India / YouTubePM Modi congratulated Ranveer Allahbadia (left, known as BeerBiceps) and other influencers at a recent event

YouTuber Samdish Bhatia reveals numerous politicians have reached out to him, especially in the months before this election, offering him millions of rupees to interview them.

“But they wanted me to share questions in advance or get the video approved before it’s published,” he says, adding that he declined the offers because he “likes to maintain editorial control”.

The particular trend for longer form, slightly chummy interviews – where politicians get to show off their human side – is particularly vulnerable to management, says Joyojeet Pal, an associate professor at the University of Michigan.

“Many of these interviews are carefully managed by politicians,” Mr Pal says.

But even if they aren’t, a gentler style of questioning can also blur the line between interview and promotion, says Mr Pal.

“If your questions aren’t holding power to account, then the interview just becomes a platform for easy publicity.”

But for Mr Pal, this is just one of the problems he sees with politics on social media.

In a recent research paper, he examined some of India’s top influencers and who they interviewed, finding BJP leaders were featured more often than opposition leaders.

His research also found an overall drop in the number of accounts posting content critical of the incumbent government in recent years, while the amount of pro-BJP content had increased.

“This hints at a growing hesitancy among people to be openly critical of the government whereas there seems to be more confidence in putting up polarising content or content that supports the government’s ideologies,” Mr Pal says.

“And this is dangerous for democracy,” he adds.

Getty Images InfluencersGetty ImagesEven in the most remote areas, Indians have access to a mobile phone and internet

Influencers supporting the opposition certainly suggested they were working in a hostile environment.

A number who post content that’s critical of the government declined to speak to the BBC for this piece citing fear of repercussions by the government. They also run their channels under pseudonyms to keep their identities secret.

The Ranting Gola told the BBC that she has often received comments that are abusive or threatening because of the videos she posts and that her Instagram account has been disabled numerous times, even though the platform hasn’t given her a clear reason for doing so.

She also only spoke to the BBC on the condition that her name not be revealed.

The BJP government has denied allegations that it has clamped down on dissent and free speech.

But even pro-BJP YouTuber Sham Sharma told the BBC that freedom of speech could be a problem in India:

0:52YouTuber Sham Sharma talks about the positives and perils of sharing his views online.

But even given these concerns, opposition parties are using the same influencer system to reach voters in what they say is a difficult environment.

“The mainstream media has been taken over by the BJP,” alleges Supriya Srinate, who heads social media for the Congress party.

“Our funds have been frozen; we have no money to advertise,” she adds, referring to action taken by India’s tax department weeks before the elections. Congress leaders have accused the government of political vendetta, but the government has denied the allegation and said that the federal department was doing its job independently.

Influencers, Ms Srinate argues, are a good way to reach voters as a result of these alleged hurdles, explaining the Congress has been working with “volunteers” who believe in the party’s ideology and want to share its work on social media.

Ankit Lal, former political advisor of the opposition Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), agrees that influencers have helped democratise the publicity landscape.

Akash Banerjee, a former journalist who runs the YouTube channel, The DeshBhakt, argues that influencers are also able to push boundaries more than the traditional media can.

He cites the video ‘Is India becoming a dictatorship?’ – made by popular content creator Dhruv Rathee, who is based in Germany – which takes on the government directly, and has been viewed about 24 million times on YouTube so far. The government hasn’t reacted to the video yet.

“After the video, the term ‘dictatorship’ has popped up more in conversations, and this is something that has never happened before,” Mr Banerjee says.

“Our job as influencers may not be to open the window and check if it’s really raining, but we owe it to the nation to take a look outside the window and let people know if dark clouds are approaching and that they can do something about it by voting.”

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Baltimore sues owner and manager of ‘unseaworthy’ Dali over bridge collapse

Getty Images An aerial view the morning after the bridge collapseGetty ImagesThe Dali was a ‘clearly unseaworthy’ ship with ‘an incompetent crew’, the city of Baltimore argued in a lawsuit filed Monday

Baltimore has sued the operators of the container ship that hit and destroyed one of the US city’s main bridges last month, killing six people.

The city says the Dali was “clearly unseaworthy” and accuses its owners and manager of negligence.

The ship’s Singapore-based owner and manager have already asked a court to limit their liability.

The region is reeling from the closure of its busiest maritime transit port after the span collapsed on 26 March.

“None of this should have happened,” attorneys representing the Baltimore mayor and city council argued in a federal lawsuit.

The city is asking the US District Court of Maryland for a jury trial to hold the defendants fully liable.

Naming the Dali’s owner, Grace Ocean Private Limited, and its manager, Synergy Marine Private Limited, the suit alleges the Francis Scott Key Bridge’s collapse was a direct result of their “gross negligence, and recklessness, and as a result of the unseaworthiness of the Vessel”.

On 1 April, Grace Ocean and Synergy Marine petitioned the same federal court in Maryland to cap its responsibility for the incident.

Citing a pre-Civil War maritime law, the pair of companies estimated their liability for the vessel and the cargo’s value at $43.6m (£35m).

Monday’s court filing from the city of Baltimore rebuts that number as “substantially less than the amount that will be claimed for losses and damages arising out of the Dali’s allision with the Key Bridge”.

The path taken by the cargo ship – which was exiting the Port of Baltimore under the Key Bridge – is “no stranger to large freighters”, the city’s representatives wrote.

They said the vessel “had been experiencing an inconsistent power supply” that was either not investigated or not fixed.

“The Dali left port anyway, despite its clearly unseaworthy condition,” said the lawsuit.

The filing also says the Dali was manned by “an incompetent crew that was inattentive to its duties” and “lacked proper training”.

Contains upsetting scenes.Tracking data shows the path of the Dali container towards the bridge

On Friday, port officials opened a third temporary channel for boats to enter and exit the corridor, but these channels can only sustain about 15% of pre-collapse commercial activity.

A fourth channel, that will allow most traffic back into the port, is expected to open by the end of the month.

Darrell Wilson, an attorney who represents Synergy Marine and is also handling media inquiries on behalf of Grace Ocean, told the BBC it would be inappropriate to comment on the litigation while federal investigations into the collapse were ongoing.

New drone video shows close-up view of debris from the Baltimore bridge collapse

Six construction workers who were fixing potholes died when the bridge collapsed. Two of the bodies have yet to be recovered.

Workers are still extracting thousands of tonnes of debris from the water and from atop the stationary Dali, whose original schedule would have seen it arrive at a Sri Lankan port on Monday.

Apart from two of the ship’s pilots, 21 crew members – almost all of whom are of Indian origin – remain on the ship. There is no timeline yet for when the crew will disembark or head back to sea.

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Dialog Dengan Pemuka Agama

Menko PMK Rumuskan Strategi Pemerataan Pembangunan Di Mimika

Foto: Humas Kemenko PMK
Foto: Humas Kemenko PMK

RM.id  Rakyat Merdeka – Menteri Koordinator Bidang Pembangunan Manusia dan Kebudayaan (Menko PMK) Muhadjir Effendy melakukan pertemuan dengan 10 orang pemuka agama Kristen dan Katolik di Kabupaten Mimika, di Hotel Horison Ultima Timika, Kabupaten Mimika, Papua Tengah.

Pertemuan digelar untuk merumuskan strategi pemerataan pembangunan di wilayah kabupaten Mimika secara keseluruhan.

Dalam pertemuan itu, Muhadjir juga didampingi para pejabat Kemenko PMK untuk mencatat aspirasi dari para pemuka agama.

Mereka yaitu, Deputi Bidang Koordinasi Peningkatan Kesejahteraan Sosial Nunung Nuryartono, Plt. Deputi Bidang Koordinasi Pemerataan Pembangunan Wilayah dan Penanggulangan Bencana Sorni Paskah Daeli.

Lalu, Deputi Bidang Koordinasi Peningkatan Kualitas Pendidikan dan Moderasi Beragama Warsito, Staf Ahli Bidang Sustainable Development Goals Agus Suprapto.

Muhadjir meminta, para pemuka agama untuk menyampaikan pandangan terkait permasalahan yang ada di Papua Tengah yang akan dijadikan dasar dalam melakukan pembenahan dan pembangunan Bumi Cendrawasih secara keseluruhan.

Para pemuka agama menyampaikan pandangannya masing-masing terkait permasalahan di Papua Tengah.

Mereka berpandangan, untuk permasalahan di Papua masih terdapat masalah ketimpangan kualitas SDM antara penduduk lokal dengan pendatang, yang diakibatkan karena faktor kurangnya tenaga pendidik dan kegiatan pendidikan baik formal maupun informal.

Kemudian, infrastruktur layanan dasar pendidikan serta dukungan pemerintah terhadap penyelenggaraan pendidikan oleh lembaga pendidikan swasta.

Selain itu juga masih banyak masyarakat berpandangan bahwa sekolah tidak terlalu penting.

Juga, terkait pembangunan masyarakat, masalah kemiskinan, masalah kesehatan, masalah stunting, dan juga masalah pangan dan air bersih.

Para pemuka agama meminta pemerintah bisa lebih memeratakan pembangunan di Papua Tengah, juga memeratakan aksesibilitas terhadap akses pendidikan dan kesehatan.

Muhadjir menyampaikan, saat ini pemerintah sudah sangat serius dalam membangun Papua.

Hal ini telah terbukti dengan berbagai program pembangunan yang telah dilakukan pemerintah pusat di Provinsi Papua, serta dengan memekarkan beberapa provinsi untuk semakin memeratakan pembangunan di tiap wilayah.

Khususnya di wilayah Papua Tengah, di wilayah Pegunungan yang sulit dijangkau dan langganan masalah kekeringan.

Muhadjir menerangkan, saat ini juga diupayakan untuk pembangunan perpanjang landasan udara Bandara Sinak untuk lebih bisa membawa material dan logistik untuk pembangunan.

Juga akan dibangun jalan-jalan penghubung antar distrik supaya aksesibilitas bisa dijangkau.

Karenanya, untuk masalah pembangunan sosial dan pemberdayaan masyarakat, Muhadjir meminta pemuka agama dapat berkontribusi.

Terlebih, dalam memberdayakan masyarakat, memberikan pemahaman tentang pentingnya pendidikan, juga ikut menangani stunting dan kemiskinan ekstrem di Papua.

“Sehingga gereja fungsinya bukan sekedar keagamaan, tapi juga kesejahteraan umat. Coba kita maksimalkan peran gereja ini,” ujar Muhadjir, seperti keterangan yang diterima RM.id, Jumat (1/9).

Dia pun meminta peran serius dari pemuka agama untuk ikut serta dalam pembangunan manusia di Papua. Mengingat, masyarakat Papua adalah masyarakat agamis dan patuh terhadap pemuka agama.

Sehingga diharapkan bisa didengar masyarakat dan membantu pembangunan sosial serta memberdayakan masyarakat.

“Ini bisa dilaksanakan kalau bapak bisa betul-betul bersedia. Termasuk untuk penanganan kemiskinan dan stunting, angka kemiskinan tinggi, angka stunting tinggi. Kalau gereja bisa bantu pemerintah sangat senang,” tandasnya.https://mantrasungokong.com/wp-admin

Libur Panjang, Kemenhub Tingkatkan Pengawasan Angkutan Pariwisata

Petugas Kemenhub mengecek angkutan pariwisata. (Foto: Kemenhub)
Petugas Kemenhub mengecek angkutan pariwisata. (Foto: Kemenhub)

RM.id  Rakyat Merdeka – Kementerian Perhubungan (Kemenhub) melalui Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Darat (Ditjen Hubdat) meningkatkan pengawasan angkutan pariwisata yang beroperasi di kawasan-kawasan wisata di momen libur panjang. Hal ini untuk mencegah terjadinya kecelakaan.

“Sehubungan dengan libur Isra Mi’raj dan cuti bersama Tahun Baru Imlek, Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Darat hadir untuk melakukan pengawasan terhadap angkutan pariwisata dan awak bus yang aktif beroperasi di lokasi-lokasi pariwisata selama libur panjang ini,” ucap Direktur Lalu Lintas Jalan Ditjen Hubdat Kemenhub, Ahmad Yani dalam keterangan tertulisnya, Jumat (9/2/2024).

Ia menjelaskan, Ditjen Hubdat bersama Balai Pengelola Transportasi Darat (BPTD) dan dinas perhubungan provinsi/kabupaten/kota mengawasi operasional angkutan bus pariwisata yang beroperasi di lokasi-lokasi wisata pada 7 hingga 11 Februari 2024. Sosialisasi pendataan dan pengawasan angkutan pariwisata dilaksanakan di tiga wilayah, yaitu DKI Jakarta, Banten, dan Jawa Barat.

Lokasi pelaksanaan sosialisasi diutamakan di area wisata, yakni DKI Jakarta: Ancol, Monas, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII), dan Ragunan; Banten: Pantai Anyer dan Carita serta Jawa Barat: Lembang dan Bandung Timur. Adapun, tindakan pengawasan tersebut berupa pemeriksaan Bukti Lulus Uji Elektronik (BLUe), pemeriksaan Kartu Pengawasan (KPS), dan dokumentasi kendaraan.

“Kegiatan pengawasan tersebut bertujuan untuk menekan angka kecelakaan lalu lintas di masa libur panjang ini. Kami bersama dengan pemerintah daerah setempat dan tentunya para stakeholders dari perusahaan otobus akan berkoordinasi untuk menciptakan angkutan pariwisata yang aman bagi masyarakat,” kata Yani.

Sedangkan, kendaraan yang masih belum dapat melengkapi persyaratan teknis dan laik jalan akan diberikan sosialisasi dan tindakan sehingga bisa dilakukan proses lebih lanjut untuk memastikan kendaraan tersebut laik jalan. “Selain harus berizin dan laik jalan, perusahaan otobus juga penting memerhatikan jam kerja pengemudi dan menyediakan pengemudi cadangan karena perjalanan di musim liburan yang relatif panjang,” tuturnya.https://mantrasungokong.com/wp-admin

Menteri Erick Dukung Wartawan Pulang Kampung Naik Kereta Wisata

Kementerian BUMN turut mendukung kegiatan Forum Wartawan (FW) BUMN yang kembali mengadakan program Mudik Gratis 2024 menggunakan Kereta Wisata untuk para jurnalis.
Kementerian BUMN turut mendukung kegiatan Forum Wartawan (FW) BUMN yang kembali mengadakan program Mudik Gratis 2024 menggunakan Kereta Wisata untuk para jurnalis.

RM.id  Rakyat Merdeka – Kementerian Badan Usaha Milik Negara (BUMN) bersama sejumlah perusahaan pelat merah, turut mendukung kegiatan Forum Wartawan (FW) BUMN yang kembali mengadakan program Mudik Gratis 2024 menggunakan Kereta Wisata untuk para jurnalis.

Hal ini dilakukan sebagai bentuk dukungan insan media, terhadap program Mudik Asyik Bersama BUMN yang digagas Menteri BUMN Erick Thohir.

Menteri Erick mengatakan, pihaknya mendukung penyelenggaraan Mudik Gratis FWBUMN 2024 dan berharap rekan-rekan media dapat dengan aman dan nyaman selama perjalanan dengan kereta api.

“Sebagai mitra dari Kementerian BUMN dan perusahaan-perusahaan BUMN, tentunya apa yang dilakukan rekan-rekan dari FWBUMN ini sangat positif,” ujarnya, melalui siaran pers, Selasa (9/4/2024).

Erick yang juga Ketua Umum Persatuan Sepak Bola Seluruh Indonesia (PSSI) menekankan, semua pihak konsisten dalam mendukung penyelenggaraan arus mudik yang kondusif dengan mengedepankan keamanan dan keselamatan pemudik.

“Semoga, rekan-rekan media dapat dengan aman dan nyaman selama dalam perjalanan,” ungkapnya.

Sementara itu, Ketua FWBUMN Riky Anwardi mengatakan, program FWBUMN Mudik Gratis kali ini diikuti 30 jurnalis, yang berasal dari berbagai media massa nasional.

“Yang pasti, para peserta sudah memenuhi syarat, di antaranya dengan telah mengirimkan KTP serta Kartu Pers,” katanya.

Lebih lanjut Riky menjelaskan, para jurnalis diberangkatkan dari Stasiun Gambir, Jakarta, menggunakan kereta wisata jenis Priority, pada Senin (8/4/2024) sekitar pukul 22.40 WIB.

Selanjutnya, kereta yang dikelola anak usaha PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) atau KAI ini, akan tiba di tujuan akhir Madiun, Jawa Timur, pada Selasa (9/4/2024) pukul 08.08 WIB.

Riky merinci, tujuan Mudik Gratis FWBUMN kali ini berangkat dari Jakarta menuju Cirebon-Purwokerto-Kroya- Kebumen-Kutoarjo-Yogyakarta-Solo Balapan-Madiun.

Ia menambahkan, selama perjalanan para pemudik dapat menikmati fasilitas yang ada di kereta wisata ini, mulai dari layanan karaoke hingga hidangan untuk sahur.

Tak hanya itu, pada pelaksanaan Mudik Gratis FWBUMN 2024 ini juga didukung oleh beberapa BUMN, di antaranya PT Pertamina (Persero), Bank BNI, PT KAI, Perum Bulog, PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, Bank Mandiri, Jamkrindo, Pegadaian, InJourney, Bank BTN, Mind ID, IFG, PPA, Biofarma, Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo), PT Perkebunan Nusantara (PN) III, Pupuk Indonesia, Krakatau Steel dan BSI.

“Kami harap, program Mudik Gratis ini bisa terus berlanjut ke depannya karena turut membantu rekan-rekan jurnalis untuk bisa bersilaturahmi dengan keluarga di kampung halaman,” tutupnya.

Sebagai gambaran, Kereta Wisata Priority, dikelola KAI Wisata, yang merupakan anak usaha PT KAI. Kereta ini, merupakan salah satu tipe kereta wisata yang paling banyak kapasitasnya, yaitu tersedia 30 tempat duduk dan dilengkapi LCD TV layar sentuh pada tiap kursi, meja portable, power socket di sebelah kursi, ruang kaki yang luas dan bagasi.

Untuk menambah kenyamanan dalam membaca, tersedia lampu baca pada atap kursi. Serta, dilengkapi ruang Mini Bar guna menambah kenyamanan selama perjalanan.https://mantrasungokong.com/wp-admin

Tersambung Jaringan Air PAM

Warga Kamal Hemat Ratusan Ribu/Bulan

Penjabat Gubernur DKI Jakarta Heru Budi Hartono (kiri) berbincang dengan warga saat mengecek distribusi air bersih perpipaan PAM Jaya di RW 01, Kelurahan Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara, pada Senin (18/3/2024). (Foto: Pemprov DKI Jakarta)
Penjabat Gubernur DKI Jakarta Heru Budi Hartono (kiri) berbincang dengan warga saat mengecek distribusi air bersih perpipaan PAM Jaya di RW 01, Kelurahan Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara, pada Senin (18/3/2024). (Foto: Pemprov DKI Jakarta)

RM.id  Rakyat Merdeka – Krisis air bersih puluhan tahun di Kelurahan Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara, akhirnya sudah terselesaikan. Warga kini tersambung jaringan air bersih perpipaan dari PAM Jaya.

Ketua Rukun Tetangga (RT) 011/Rukun Warga (RW) 001 Kamal Muara, Ade Saputra bersyukur wilayahnya kini telah terpasang akses air bersih. Dengan begitu, warganya mu­dah memperoleh air bersih. Hal ini membuat warga dapat berhemat. Yang tadinya harus mengeluarkan uang ratusan ribu untuk membeli air, kini hanya perlu membayar puluhan ribu.

“Saya mewakili warga di sini, merasa terbantu sekali dengan adanya pemasangan (pipa) PAM secara gratis. Ini sangat mem­bantu, jadi bisa berhemat sekitar 50 sampai 60 persen dari penge­luaran biaya air sebelumnya,” kata Ade, Senin (18/3/2024).

Ade mengungkapkan, sebelumnya warga harus beli air Rp 450.000 per bulan. Sekarang hanya Rp 50.000-70.000 per bulan.

Alhamdulillah, meskipun kami mengalami kesulitan air cukup lama, tetapi selama 4 bulan ini kita telah merasakan akses air bersih yang murah dan pemasangan pipa yang gratis,” ujarnya.

Pengurus Mushola Nurul Hafizh, Suryadi juga merasakan penghematan. Keberadaan akses air PAM, mengurangi pengeluaran Mushola untuk membeli air untuk berwudhu.

“Sebelumnya kami membeli air bersih sebanyak enam tangki mobil setiap bulan seharga Rp 200 ribu per tangki. Tapi, setelah tersambung pipa PAM Jaya, biaya pemakaian ditaksir seki­tar kurang dari Rp 150 ribu,” imbuhnya.

Untuk memastikan kelancaran akses air bersih, Penjabat (Pj) Gubernur DKI Jakarta Heru Budi Hartono meninjau permukiman warga RW 01, Kelurahan Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara, pada Senin (18/3/2024).

Heru mengatakan, Perumda PAM Jaya telah memasang ak­ses air bersih di RW 01, Kamal Muara, untuk kebutuhan 3.000 Kepala Keluarga (KK) dari 4.000 KK yang ditargetkan.

“Saat ini, kita masih proses pengerjaan untuk 1.000 KK yang tersisa, dan ini sedang ber­langsung, kurang lebih proses perampungannya sekitar satu bulan dari saat ini,” ujar Heru.

Heru menilai, kehadiran akses pipa baru ini telah mengurangi beban pengeluaran warga sekitar untuk membeli air bersih.

Diungkapkan Heru, biaya yang dikeluarkan warga untuk pemenuhan air bersih sebelum terpasang pipa PAM Jaya bisa mencapai Rp 400.000 per bulan. Dengan menggunakan air bersih dari PAM Jaya, warga dapat menghemat pengeluaran.

“Saya titip kepada warga untuk menggunakan air bersih dengan bijak, karena kebutuhannya cukup banyak se-Jakarta,” tambahnya.

Mantan Wali Kota Jakarta Utara ini menjelaskan, saat ini masih terdapat berbagai kawasan yang berpotensi mengalami krisis air di ujung pesisir Jakarta. Untuk itu, Pemprov DKI Jakarta melalui Perumda PAM Jaya tengah gencar menanggulangi permasalahan tersebut, terutama dalam mengha­dapi musim kemarau.

“Seperti, di sekitar Cilincing, Marunda, Muara Baru, itu akan kita prioritaskan,” sebut Heru.

Dia menambahkan, saat ini, pipanisasi yang telah dikerjakan PAM Jaya untuk memenuhi akses air bersih warga Jakarta baru mencapai sekitar 69 persen. Seperti diketahui, PAM Jaya menargetkan pipanisasi air ber­sih di seluruh wilayah Jakarta tercapai pada 2030.

“Tahun ini target kami 88.000 (sambungan baru), namun untuk saat ini sudah sekitar 20 ribuan,” kata Direktur Utama Perumda PAM Jaya Arief Nasrudin.

Arief bilang, pihaknya akan terus melakukan pipanisasi air sehingga semakin banyak warga Jakarta yang terakses air bersih. Penggunaan air pipa sangat penting untuk menjaga lingkungan agar terhindar dari penurunan muka tanah akibat penyedotan air secara masif.https://mantrasungokong.com/wp-admin

Lippo Group Aktif Tingkatkan Kemitraan Bisnis Indonesia-Hong Kong

Kunjungan delegasi Hong Kong ke Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Center Siloam Hospitals Semanggi/Ist
Kunjungan delegasi Hong Kong ke Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Center Siloam Hospitals Semanggi/Ist

RM.id  Rakyat Merdeka – Lippo Group menyambut hangat delegasi pemerintah dan bisnis tingkat tinggi dari Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) yang berkunjung ke Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Center (MRCCC) Siloam Hospitals Semanggi.

Dipimpin Chief Executive HKSAR John Lee Ka-chiu dan Chairman Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Peter Lam, delegasi mengunjungi Indonesia pada 26 Juli 2023, sebagai bagian dari upaya memperkuat kerja sama Hong Kong dan negara-negara ASEAN di bidang perdagangan dan investasi.

Kunjungan delegasi Hong Kong diterima Founder dan Chairman Lippo Group Mochtar Riady, Vice Chairman Lippo Group Ginandjar Kartasasmita dan Group CEO PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk John Riady beserta jajaran para eksekutif senior.

John Lee Ka-chiu menyampaikan apresiasi atas kontribusi signifikan yang diberikan Lippo Group, baik di Hong Kong maupun Indonesia.

John Lee Ka-chiu menyatakan, Mochtar Riady merupakan investor pionir terkemuka yang memiliki pandangan jauh ke depan untuk memanfaatkan banyak peluang bisnis di Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Mochtar Riady menyatakan, Hong Kong terus memainkan peran penting sebagai pusat keuangan dan perdagangan terkemuka di kawasan ini. Termasuk memfasilitasi arus investasi dan perdagangan antara China dan seluruh dunia.

“Lippo Group memiliki kehadiran bisnis yang kuat di Hong Kong. Kami berterima kasih atas dukungan berkelanjutan dari teman dan mitra bisnis selama bertahun-tahun,” kata Mochtar Riady melalui keterangan tertulis yang diterima di Jakarta, Kamis (27/7).

Sementara, John Riady menegaskan, Lippo Group akan terus mendukung upaya peningkatan kemitraan bisnis dan hubungan people to people antara Indonesia dan Hong Kong.

Menurutnya, Lippo Group berkomitmen berperan aktif dalam memperkuat kerja sama antara Indonesia dan Hong Kong.

“Ada banyak peluang untuk tumbuh dan bermitra. Terutama jika kita dapat memanfaatkan keahlian yang kuat dari bisnis dan lembaga keuangan Hong Kong di bidang keuangan, IT dan layanan profesional,” kata John.https://mantrasungokong.com/wp-admin