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Sri Mulyani: No Wealth Report, No Promotion
Finance Minister, Sri Mulyani in a press conference after a meeting with President Joko Widodo at the state palace, Jakarta, March 13, 2017. TEMPO/Subekti
Tuesday, 14 March, 2017 | 19:58 WIB
Sri Mulyani: No Wealth Report, No Promotion

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the level of official wealth report (LHKPN) participation in her Ministry had reached 99.43 percent. Out of 29,806 employees that are mandated to report their wealth, 29,643 have already submitted their LHKPN.

According to Sri Mulyani, there are 163 officials who have not reported their wealth. These officials, Sri explained, were either recently transferred, or has just been promoted. Sri said that she already gave them two months to file the report. "Three days for disobedient [employees]," Sri said on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

Sri Mulyani urged her colleagues to identify the 163 employees that have yet to report their LHKPN. "I'll wait until the end of this week, three days for whoever that is not obedient. Hand them warnings. If not, mark them with a bad score and cancel their promotion. Or just simply replace them until they can learn to write a proper LHKPN," Sri Mulyani stated.

Sri Mulyani argued that obedience is one of the characters that is essential for a state official. Considering that their actions would be a direct example for the rest of the public. "We must obey the rules," Sri Mulyani said.


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