Jakarta – Interior Minister Tjahjo Kumolo again called on the regional head newly appointed by President Joko Widodo to meet the head of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Wednesday (6/12/2019). In his arrival this time, Tjahjo brought Lampung Governor and Deputy Governor Arinal Djunaidi and Chusnunia Chalim, North Maluku Governor and Deputy Governor Abdul Gani Kasuba and Al Yasin Ali, and Maluku Governor and Deputy Governor Murad Ismail and Barnabas Orno.
Tjahjo said his arrival along with the three new governors and deputy governors to meet with KPK leaders to discuss prevention of corruption. Tjahjo hopes that with input from the KPK, the three new regional heads can carry out the task of leading the region without tripping over corruption cases.
“Today is the inauguration of the last governor of the election results, namely Lampung, then yesterday Maluku and North Maluku. As usual, after being appointed, we invite the KPK to discuss and dialogue on corruption prevention strategies and what things might be input from the KPK chair that exists, “Tjahjo said at the KPK Building, Jakarta, Wednesday (6/12/2019).
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) today inaugurated the pair of Governor and Deputy Governor of Lampung, Arinald Djunaidi-Chusnunia Chalim at the State Palace. Arinald-Chusnunia is the last Governor and Deputy Governor appointed by the President of the 2018 simultaneous regional election process. While Murad Ismail and Barnabas Orno were appointed by the President as Governor and Deputy Governor of Maluku on April 24, 2019. then.
Tjahjo said, with his presence today, all governors and deputy governors had met and discussed with KPK leaders. From the results of discussions with the KPK, Tjahjo hoped that all regional heads, especially the governor and deputy governor, would have the same vision in efforts to prevent and eradicate corruption.
“Because yesterday was different between Maluku and North Maluku, the day was merged. After all the governors and those who had been appointed were immediately brought into dialogue to discuss so that there was one view, a vision to prevent the problem of corruption,” he hoped.