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    The Provincial Government Awaits the Problem Center for the Bekasi Regent Case


    BANDUNG - The West Java Provincial Government is still waiting for further developments related to the establishment of the Bekasi Regent Neneng Nurhayati Yasin as a suspect by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).

    West Java Regional Secretary Iwa Karniwa said it was concerned about what happened to the Bekasi Regency Government. His party requested that all Bekasi state civil apparatus (ASN) to continue to work to carry out public services as usual.

    "The problem of our legal process is to submit according to the provisions in force, that is the realm of law enforcement officers. All civil servant in Bekasi remain calm, service administration is maintained. Service in the village, in the district, the occupation service and the civil registry are well maintained, there should be nothing less, "he said at Gedung Sate, Bandung, Tuesday (10/16/2018).

    What happened to the Regent of Neneng and a number of service heads in Bekasi according to Iwa was handed over to the KPK because it had become part of the legal process. He said he couldn't determine the Bupati's daily executive status because he was still waiting for developments.

    "Later we will get clear information, if it is clear in accordance with Law 23 there is already a mechanism. "I have asked the Government Bureau to consult immediately on this matter," he said.

    Regarding the case of a hand arrest related to the Meikarta project, Iwa chose to wait for more complete information and developments to be conveyed by the KPK. "Because we don't know the exact technicality. Later I will try to monitor the progress, "he said.

    The Meikarta project itself is valued by Iwa if the process is built in accordance with the applicable rules and regulations and is still supported by the West Java Provincial Government. "I think the rules are our grip," he said.

    The Secretary himself considered the umpteenth time the regional heads in West Java were caught by the KPK as a warning to all civil servant in there. Iwa asked them to keep working well and in accordance with the provisions. "And among us must remind each other. How to move forward in West Java it will be enough to reach Bekasi Regency and not be repeated in other areas, "he explained. (Pun)

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