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Australian Senator Hina Bali, Here's the Reaction of Some Parties

Australian Senator Pauline Hanson is special

Travel buddy, The latest news comes from Bali. It's not about Bali tourism or event new one to be held. However, this is about the despicable Australian Senator Bali.

It was Pauline Hanson, a female senator from Kangaroo Country who caused a stir with her statement about foot and mouth disease and said that cow dung was scattered on the Island of the Gods. “Bali is different from other countries, because cows walk freely everywhere, cow dung is scattered around, and people walk on it. And, it was carried on his clothes, and the person returned to this country (Australia)," he said. In response to this, here are the reactions of various parties.

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Menparekraf's Response

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno said the Australian senator's statement was not based on facts. Moreover, even calling Bali a country. "I firmly and directly say never to insult Bali, the icon and heart of Indonesian tourism.

Oh yes, fyi... Bali is not a country... it certainly wasn't an IPS child. Next time, check it on Google first. "Thank you Suksma... Its timefor bali," he said.

The Deputy Governor's Reaction to Australian Senator Hina Bali

Meanwhile, the Deputy Governor of Bali, Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati Responding to the Australian Senator's statement is excessive and does not match the facts. “That seems too exaggerated or very tendentious. This means that what is conveyed is completely non-existent and not like that.

In our society, let alone in cities, villages and even in the mountains, when they raise cows, they place them in a pen and tie them up. "There are no cows released into the wild at all," said the man who is often called Cok Ace. As quoted from Detik.travel (8 / 8 / 2022).

He also added that his party guarantees that PMK cases in Bali are still safe and continues to prevent the occurrence of red zones. "It's safe because we have a cluster and if there is an area that is affected, we will immediately close the area," he added.

This is what the bule said

Uniquely, the reaction from Australian Senator Hina Bali was not only expressed by officials who are actually stakeholders, but also by foreigners. Damian Hoo, who is also an Australian citizen, even provided a rebuttal to the statement of the senator from his country. Damian is known as a humorous content creator who often uploads Life in Bali.

Sandiaga also thanked the man known for his eccentric appearance in batik clothes and cowboy hat for his efforts to immediately break the senator's statement. “I want to thank Mr. "Damian Hoo (Hoointheworld) is an Australian citizen who immediately rejected the Senator's statement," stressed Sandiaga on his personal Instagram account.

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Bang Joe content creator From USA

Another foreigner who also reacted to the Australian Senator's statement was Bang Joe, a content creator from the United States. On his Instagram, Bangjoeofficial, he also made sarcastic remarks as a reaction. "You know he's right, Bali is different from other countries, for example their neighboring country Indonesia," he said. "When walking around Indonesia there are no livestock and then you cross the border through immigration to Bali, cows are everywhere," he quipped loudly at Pauline who even called Bali a country. (y)


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