DKI DPRD Chairman Prasetio Edi Marsudi Criticizes Anies' Men: That's All Work Activities
DKI Jakarta DPRD Building (Irfan Meidianto / VOI)

JAKARTA - The chairman of DKI DPRD, Prasetio Edi Marsudi, criticized the ranks of the regional work units (SKPD) and the regional work units (UKPD) of DKI. According to Prasetio, their work activities are not renewed.

This was stated by Prasetio in the opening of the Development Plan Consultation (Musrenbang) at the Cempaka Putih sub-district level, Central Jakarta.

In every APBD discussion, the DKI Jakarta DPRD often finds normative work programs that only repeat the previous year's budget activities.

"I have proof. In every APBD discussion, I always find the same work activities, that's all," said Prasetio on Tuesday, February 23.

Prasetio appealed to the ranks of DKI Pemprov to properly take inventory of the priority needs of residents in Musrenbang activities.

That way, the entire government structure, from the village head to the mayor, can plan quality and targeted development programs.

"I don't want people's money to be wasted," he said.

It is known that there are 332 work programs divided into 190 physical work programs, 31 non-physical work programs, and 111 goods procurement proposals from the sub-district level that are included in the Musrenbang at the Cempaka Putih sub-district level. The total budget is IDR 88.1 billion.

Prasetio asked the ranks of the Cempaka Putih sub-district to focus on dealing with floods, asphalting and resolving the problem of slum villages that still exist in the middle of the city.

"Because I really do not have any interest in DKI Jakarta. I just want to make DKI Jakarta, especially residents in Central Jakarta free from slum environments. Central Jakarta is only one kilometer from the State Palace," he said.

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