BANDUNG-Vice Governor of West Java, Deddy Mizwar noted that there are still some problems to be solved by the Government of West Java Province and the City and Regency related Inspection Report (LHP) Semester II 2016 by the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) Representative West Java.
"There are some records submitted by the Head of Supreme Audit Agency Representative West Java, including problem assets for their delegation of authority, excess payments, and delays in disbursement of bail," he said.
According to Vice Governor, the provincial government and city and regency just improve outcomes of LHP and Inspection With Specific Purpose (PDTT) submitted Supreme Audit Agency.
"We just fix it, in accordance with Article 20 paragraph (3) of Act 15 of 2004, no later than 60 days from LHP handed, heads of regions must deliver development," said Vice Governor, in the event Submission of Audit Reports Second Semester 2016, in hall of Indonesia Supreme Audit Agency, Monday (06/02).
Vice Governor hopes, the future of all cities and regencies in West Java obtain an unqualified (WTP) with a good appraisal from Supreme Audit Agency.
"Today, only eight cities and regencies that have not received WTP, but it continued to rise before reaching more than 10 areas that have not received WTP," he said. (Parno)