“I’d like to emphasize that public safety is of utmost importance. The well-being and interests of the people constitute the highest law – carry out this humanitarian duty persuasively and humanely.”He went on to urge the National Police to commit to a total reform so as to ensure professionalism and unbiased allegiance to public service.Furthermore, the President also called for transparency and accountability to bolster public trust in the force, adding that robust collaboration with members of the public and other state elements, such as the Indonesian Military, was of paramount urgency amid the current crisis.In stark contrast to previous anniversary ceremonies, Wednesday’s event was held virtually from the State Palace and the National Police’s Criminal Investigation Department in Jakarta with Jokowi presiding over the proceedings.Topics : President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has called on the National Police to uphold humanity and professionalism in carrying out their duty amid the ongoing COVID-19 emergency.Addressing an audience of active police personnel during a ceremony to commemorate the National Police’s 74th anniversary on Wednesday, Jokowi emphasized the importance of law enforcement in maintaining public order and safety, which would in turn contribute to the mitigation of the coronavirus pandemic.“In this difficult situation, the presence and involvement of all National Police members is sorely needed,” he said during his opening remarks.
“I think it is something great when you can share your knowledge at two different places. Balancing the two is just a matter of understanding between the different employers. But, it is not easy, because you have to make a lot of sacrifices,” the tactician said in Egypt yesterday.“You have to divide your time well and give attention to all the details. The two teams are very special to my heart and they are good projects I love working on,”“But for me at this time, I made it clear to Fleury and I told them that even before I joined them that my concentration will be hugely on Madagascar. We have qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time and it is my duty to ensure we prepare well and perform well at the competition,” Dupuis who has been the Barea head coach since 2017 stated.Well you would say he has achieved massively with the two, helping Fleury finish 10th in the National League Two (French Fourth tier) while Madagascar are in the AFCON for the first time in their history.His contract with Madagascar ends right after the AFCON after penning an extension and he says he might still be open to continuing writing the good story they have penned since he joined the Indian Ocean country.“We have done a lot of work since I came in. We will see after we finish here. We want to do well, make history for Madagascar and I think we have a chance. I have a special bond with these players and it would be beautiful to continue this story,” the coach states.The Frenchman gave the Islanders their first win at the tournament when they defeated fellow first timers Burundi in the Group B Day Two clash yesterday in Alexandria. Madagascar held Guinea to a 2-2 draw in their opening clash last Saturday.Their last group match is against the Super Eagles on Sunday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Nicolas Dupuis Madagascar coach Nicolas Dupuis, is one of the few technicians at the Total Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019 training two teams. The Frenchman combines his Madagascar job with his role as Technical Director of French fourth-tier side FC Fleury 91.Dupuis finds himself in the same position as DR Congo’s Florent Ibengue, who doubles as head coach of local side AS Vita. Ibengue has been combining the two roles since 2014.For Dupuis balancing and multi-tasking has not been a problem, even with the demands that come with the two jobs. read more