SYL Talked about Food in Dies Natalis FH Unhas

SYL Talked about Food in Dies Natalis FH Unhas
Agricom.id

19 March 2021 , 06:42 WIB

Agricom.id, MAKASSAR – Minister of Agriculture, Syahrul Yasin Limpo (SYL) did attend Dies Natalis of Faculty of Law Universitas Hassanudin ( FH Unhas) in Makasar, Wednesday (17/3/2021). He told that it is important to develop science of law to get the better life.

He thought that law as the highest commandant should exist and have fairness namely to accelerate the economic progress.

“Talking about law means that we talk about economy and food. A country running well happens for three things, such as, the presence of fair government, economic acceleration, and fair country. One thing that should not be put aside is the stomach of the people,” he said, as in the official statement to Agricom.id.

SYL also mentioned that food and law are the two elements running in the same path, prioritizing the aspect of fair life. The two are the essential elements written in every holy book.

“You can be the good leader if your people are not in hunger. That is the order of God. That is why we do hope that Unhas could be one pillar of law nationally that takes us to prosperity,” SYL said.

Governor in duty of South Sulawesi, Andi Sudirman Sulaiman said that Faculty of Law of Unhas is one important campus in Indonesia where many generations get their education and graduated the best alumni from Sabang to Merauke.

"Alumni of Unhas in Faculty of Law could be someone. They could be governor, major, members of Legislators, and even minister of agriculture. Alhamdulilah they all commit to make this nation go forward and also South Sulawesi. We now have minister from our province and we should support him,” he said.

Director of Universitas Hassanudin, Dwia Aries Tina Pulubuhu thanked the support of SYL and Government of South Sulawesi to make Faculty of Law go forward and could do much in national and international levels.

“Faculty of Law Unhas would be more interesting because the alumni could be the important people in our country. In the future I do hope that this faculty could produce more gentle and fair face of law,” he said. (A2)


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