75 KPK Employees Fail Civic Knowledge Test to Become State Apparatus
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) officially announced that 75 of its employees had failed to pass civic knowledge test (TWK), which is the requirement to become a state apparatus (ASN).
“Employees that have met the requirements are 1,274 people, while 75 failed to pass [the test]. Two were not present at the test,” said KPK deputy Nurul Ghufron in today’s press conference, May 5.
Ghufron explained that the civic knowledge test was initiated both by the anti-corruption watchdog and the National Civil Service Agency (BKN). It aims to measure three main aspects for the KPK employees before they are deemed suitable to become an ASN.
The three aspects include integrity, neutrality, and anti-radicalism.