Inspectorate: 100 percent of Central Lombok officials have reported the LHKPN

As many as 209 officials in Central Lombok or 100 percent who are required to submit LHKPN, have reported

Praya, NTB ( – The Inspectorate of Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara, stated that all echelon II and echelon III officials had submitted a 2023 State Administration Wealth Report (LHKPN) according to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) rules.

“A total of 209 officials in Central Lombok, or 100 percent who are required to submit LHKPN, have reported it,” Central Lombok District Inspectorate Head Lalu Aknal Afandi said in Praya, NTB, Thursday.

According to regulations, the deadline for submitting LHKPN is March 30, 2023. The KPK can only submit the total assets of each official who has reported an LHKPN.

“Who has the most wealth, only the KPK can convey the data,” he said.

Meanwhile, for members of the Central Lombok Regional People’s Representative Council (DPRD) only 95 percent or there are still two people who have not reported their LHKPN.

“As for DPRD members, there are 50 people who are obliged to report, but two people who have not,” he said.

Previously, Central Lombok Regent Lalu Pathul Bahri said the local government was active in reporting online related to monitoring the performance achievements of the coordination and supervision program for preventing corruption through the Jaga application.

The Deputy for Prevention of the Corruption Eradication Commission conducted verification including direct visits to the field for all reported progress

“Apart from monitoring progress on a regular basis, coordination meetings in the regions are also held to ensure the progress and achievements of each district/city and province in Indonesia,” he said.

He said the progress included in the Jaga application was related to monitoring the performance achievements of the KPK’s corruption prevention coordination and supervision program, which contained the results of action plans in eight areas of intervention carried out by the related OPD.

“The results obtained by the Central Lombok Regency government at the end of the assessment period were 74.18 percent,” he said.

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Reporter: Akhyar Rosidi
Editor: Click Dewanto


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