Governor Koster: Greedy Tourism Players Do Not Care About Bali Conditions

 Governor Koster: Greedy Tourism Players Do Not Care About Bali Conditions


The Covid-19 pandemic has an impact on all sectors of the economy, including tourism which has become the mainstay of the Balinese economy. The tourism sector in Bali is totally paralyzed.

Bali Governor Wayan Koster said that the Covid-19 pandemic was a test of the universe, especially for the Balinese people. With this test, the community is expected to introspect themselves and stop being arrogant and stop being selfish. “Now tourism has stopped completely. A total stop for tourism. I’m sure nature is testing us, so we can introspect ourselves, “he said while giving a speech on the sidelines of the distribution of groceries in the Kedonganan Customary Village, Kuta Subdistrict, Badung, Saturday (May 9).

According to him, so far Bali has continued to be exploited for tourism purposes. But nothing is offered to the nature of Bali. It was like that those who enjoy the results of tourism are not even Balinese. Even in the current conditions, those who enjoy the results of Bali’s tourism have never seen and just leave.

“Who is enjoying tourism right now. Where did those people go? Having been able to profit for decades here, instead running off somewhere, never appeared until now. We alone think it ourselves. Looking ahead, don’t be like that anymore. Stop being arrogant, you have to start fixing the nature of Bali now,” he stressed.

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For this reason, in the future his party will fully limit and will halt the pattern of development that exploits Bali’s nature through the vision of Nangun Sat Kerthi Loka Bali. The customary villages will truly become the main pillar in implementing the vision of Nangun Sat Kerthi Loka Bali so that it can truly run well for mutual prosperity and happiness. For this reason, he hopes that the community in customary villages will be solid, truly compact, continue to build their customary villages and support their Village Credit Institution (LPD) as one of the economic pillars in Bali.


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