DPR Requests Non -Stop Acquisition of State Assets in TMII

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia –

Deputy Chairman of Commission II DPR RI Junimart Girsang asked the transfer of assets to the state not only at Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) while mocking the assets in the Puncak area, Bogor.

According to him, there are other assets similar to TMII which have been controlled and managed privately by the family since the New Order era.

“We also hope that there are other assets, which may still exist and I know that there are still assets that have been transferred to individuals and I hope they don’t stop,” Junimart told reporters, Wednesday (7/4).

He revealed several assets that must also be taken over, such as those in the Puncak, Bogor, West Java and Kalimantan Island areas. However, he did not explain in detail the assets.

“We know it is in the Puncak area, what it is on the mountain, we do not understand. We ask that it be returned to the state. There is also in Kalimantan, there is that,” he said.

The PDIP politician also said that those who controlled state assets should return their personal awareness so they don’t wait for a lawsuit.

“In terms of Pancasila ethics, it is better if the government acts according to the authority and rights of the government itself, those who control state assets should be returned to avoid a lawsuit,” he said.

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) signed Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 19 of 2021 concerning the Management of TMII. In this regulation, the government takes over the management of TMII from the Harapan Kita Foundation.

Yayasan Harapan Kita is an organization founded by the late wife of the 2nd President of the Republic of Indonesia Soeharto, Tien Soeharto, who has managed TMII since 1977.

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“This foundation [Harapan Kita]It has been nearly 44 years managing this state property, and we are obliged to make arrangements, provide broad benefits to the community and contribute to state finances, “said State Secretary Minister Pratikno.

Pratikno said the Harapan Kita Foundation must give back the management rights of TMII to the state. His party also gave the foundation a transition period of approximately three months to submit various reports related to the management of TMII so far.

“The point is, the control and management of TMII is carried out by the Ministry of National Education and this means that the management that has been carried out by the Harapan Kita Foundation has stopped,” he said.


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