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ARDY Reported the Governor of Yogyakarta Special Region to the Ombudsman on Alleged Maladministration

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The governor of Yogyakarta was met at the Yogyakarta Kepatihan Complex, Thursday (21/1/2021). – (Bali Tourism/Putu)

Previously, ARDY ordered the Governor of Yogyakarta, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X regarding the issuance of Pergub number 1 of 2021.

Bali Tourism – The Yogyakarta People’s Alliance for Democracy (ARDY) reported the Governor of Yogyakarta Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X to the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia (ORI). This report was delivered after the summons previously given to revoke the DIY Governor Regulation (Pergub) Number 1 of 2021 was not responded to.

“We previously sent a summons to the Governor of Yogyakarta regarding controlling the DIY Pergub number 1 of 2021. But after the deadline we have given, it turns out that there is no good faith from the Governor to revoke the Pergub,” said the Director of the Legal Aid Institute (LBH). Jogja, Yogi Zul Fadhli, when confirmed by the media crew, Friday (29/1/2021).

On that basis, ARDY finally took steps to complain the Governor to the Indonesian Ombudsman. The report is related to allegations of maladministration committed by the Governor in the issuance of Pergub number 1 of 2021 concerning Control of Public Opinion in Open Spaces or Pergub Limitation of Rallies.

Yogi said, the issuance of this Pergub was carried out by ignoring the principle of people’s sovereignty and the principle of openness. Where is stated in Law Number 12 of 2011 concerning the Formation of Laws and Regulations.

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“It is very clear that in every formulation of laws and regulations, including in this case the regional head regulations in the form of Governor regulations must involve the participation of the community. The public has the right to be involved in any public policy making,” he said.

Yogi conveyed that his party saw the principle of openness and participation which was ignored by the Governor of Yogyakarta. That is what ARDY indicated in the context of the issuance of the Pergub that there is a maladministration dimension.

Yogi said that the neglect of the principle of participation was clear when compared to the issuance of other Pergubs. For example, related to controlling the New Normal Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), which at that time was to become a Pergub.

“At that time the governor had said that the public had to test it first. Now in the context of the issuance of the Pergub [DIY Nomor 1 Tahun 2021] we have never seen any public testing efforts that were later carried out by the Governor. Even we from ARDY never got a copy of the draft of this Pergub plan. “If it is in accordance with the provisions of the law, it should be provided by the government and easily accessible,” he said.

Yogi considered that the Governor’s Regulation was issued secretly by the Governor. Without thinking about community participation as already regulated in the laws in force in Indonesia.

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“We hope that the Ombudsman can follow up on our complaint by investigating the alleged maladministration by the Governor. In addition, it is hoped that the Ombudsman can also issue recommendations related to maladministration allegedly committed by the Governor of Yogyakarta,” he said.



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