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Foreign Institutions Criticize Prabowo Subianto’s Programs, Analysts Accuse Them of Fearing Indonesia’s Progress.

Ujang Komarudin, a political analyst, has responded to the recent scrutiny by foreign institutions towards the programs of the new administration led by Prabowo Subianto and Gibran Rakabuming Raka. He suggests that these foreign entities are unhappy with the idea of Indonesia progressing into a more developed nation.

One of the institutions that have criticized Prabowo-Gibran’s programs is Morgan Stanley, a New York-based investment bank and financial services company. They downgraded investment ratings in the Indonesian capital market, expressing concerns about the weakening rupiah and the campaign promises of Prabowo Subianto, such as free meals and milk for students, which they believe could lead to significant fiscal burdens.

Ujang expressed his views to reporters, stating that the intentions of foreigners have always been to belittle Indonesia by constantly focusing on the new programs of Prabowo-Gibran due to their fears and paranoia towards the country. He argues that the free nutritious meal program, criticized by foreigners, could actually improve the economic welfare of Indonesians, especially those in need.

Furthermore, international financial institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank have also raised concerns about the free nutritious meal program. Ujang referenced a statement made by Indonesia’s first President, Ir. Soekarno, about leadership, emphasizing the importance of choosing a leader who is disliked and feared by foreigners.

Ujang highlighted that the scrutiny and animosity towards Prabowo from foreign parties indicate that he is a true and noble leader who does not bow down to external pressure. He believes that the foreign criticism and hatred towards Prabowo are signals that he is a righteous leader.

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