Papua Provincial Government won an award from the Indonesian Ombudsman for the institution’s assessment because it was included in the green zone category or a high degree of compliance.
Papua Deputy Governor, Klemen Tinal said in a statement received by Antara in Jayapura on Tuesday, said slowly but surely, the provincial government was on a good and right track.
“Previously the Papua Provincial Government was in the red zone or the title of low compliance, but thanks to the hard work of all stakeholders in the ranks of the local government finally the results achieved were extraordinary where it could become a green zone,” he said.
According to Klemen, from 34 provinces in Indonesia, the Papua Provincial Government received great value and this is a very extraordinary result and should be appreciated.
“We hope to be consistent and maintain this assessment for service to the people in Papua,” he said.
It also requested and at the same time hoped that the district governments in Papua would work hard in carrying out public services and could follow in the footsteps carried out by the Jayapura City Government which also received the predicate of compliance with the green zone.
In line with the Ministry of Religion, the person in charge of the Compliance Survey who is also a member of the Republic of Indonesia Ombudsman Adrianus Meliala said the Papua Provincial Government was in a high compliance green zone, an appreciation for the local government.
“This compliance survey was conducted on nine ministries, four institutions, 16 provinces, 49 cities and 199 regencies in Indonesia, where the results stated that by 2018 there will be no more ministries entering the red zone or low compliance,” he said.