Darmin said the submission of the LHKPN was part of governance as well as an effort of supervision and law enforcement to prevent corruption in the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs.
For this reason, the launching of an integrity zone is important so that the institution of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs establishes itself as an institution that has a commitment to prevent KKN, realize corruption-free areas, and accountable bureaucratic reform in all work units.
“Bureaucracy is a modern organization that must be subject to standards. And because the Ministry of Coordinating Office is the center of the policy made, it should indeed be quite vulnerable to acts of corruption. Because it needs supervision,” Darmin said.
The application of the KKN free zone is one of the right formulations to improve the implementation of bureaucratic reform within the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs through solid integrity and effectiveness of the functions of coordination, synchronization and control of development.
On this occasion, the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs prepared three work units and activity programs as a trial for corruption-free areas, including the implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives (EITI).
EITI is a global standard for transparency in the extractive sector or oil and gas mining, which makes comparisons between company payments in this sector to the government and state revenues.
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