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Anies Baswedan Instructs His Employees to Not Send Him Gift
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Anies Baswedan Instructs His Employees to Not Send Him Gift

TEMPO.CO, JakartaAnies Baswedan performed his first task as the Governor of Jakarta today, October 17. Along with Sandiaga Uno, the Deputy Governor, he held a meeting with the Jakarta officials and employees at the City Hall.

Anies instructed them to run a professional work relationship that is oriented to performance that corresponds with the mandate of the constitution. “I requested [you] to follow the procedure instructed by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) regarding gratifications,” said Anies, “so there is no need to send the governor and deputy governor gifts, especially with the expensive ones.”

Anies Baswedan jokingly said that any form of gratification gave to his Deputy Sandiaga Uno would be considered too cheap; Uno is known as a rich businessman. The Governor’s warning was followed by chuckles and laughter from audience members. “So don’t even think of giving something expensive.”

Related to his position as a leader of Indonesia’s capital, Anies Baswedan once again joked that no one should even attempt to come near his wife or Sandiaga Uno’s wife on work-related issues, “Don’t burden them with additional responsibilities related to our work at the office.”

Anies Baswedan emphasized his eagerness to make Jakarta a model city for other regions in terms of its community service.

Larissa Huda

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