Ridicule Can Be Valid Criticism, Ferdinand Hutahaean Tells Anies
jpnn.com, JAKARTA - The chairman of the Independent Community Justice Foundation, Ferdinand Hutahaean, has responded to Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan, who claimed not to care about some ridicule against him.
Ferdinand said that ridicule sometimes could be a form of valid and substantive criticism.
"What we convey are all facts that were not revealed, and now Anies Baswedan could not answer," Ferdinand told JPNN.com, Friday (11/26).
Ferdinand, who often criticized Anies, admitted that he was annoyed by Anies.
"He is doing it with the style of "let it go, let it go, let people be happy". Do we become happy after criticizing him? No. We are annoyed that he has not changed," said Ferdinand.
Previously, Anies responded to the criticism that was often leveled against him by several parties, including Ferdinand.
This happened when he was a guest on the Deddy Corbuizer Podcast recently.
Anies admitted that he had no problem with the ridicule directed at him and that he remained focused on carrying out his duties.
The chairman of the Independent Community Justice Foundation, Ferdinand Hutahaean, said that ridicule sometimes could be a form of valid criticism.
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