Hundreds of Civil Servants Resigned, This is the Impact for the Country

KOMPAS.com – The State Civil Service Agency (BKN) recorded that as many as 105 prospective civil servants (CPNS) 2021 who had passed the selection resigned.

The Head of the Public Relations, Legal, and Cooperation Bureau of BKN, Satya Pratama said, the 105 CPNS who resigned were data as of Friday (20/5/2022).

One of the reasons for the resignation of hundreds of CPNS is the amount of salary and allowances received at the agencies listed.

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So, what are the sanctions and implications for the country regarding the hundreds of 2021 CPNS who resigned?

Impact on the country

Satya said the most important impact, namely the formation of positions that should have been filled through the CASN selection, were not filled or vacant.

“The costs incurred to fill the formation are quite large, and the efforts made by the government are quite a lot,” he said, when contacted Kompas.com, Thursday (26/5/2022).

This is the penalty

Then, regarding the sanctions for resigning CPNS, Satya added, it is stated in Article 54 paragraph (2) of the Regulation of the Minister for Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (Permen PANRB) Number 27 of 2021.

It is explained that applicants who have passed the final stage of selection and have received the approval of the Employee Identification Number (NIP) and then resign, will be subject to sanctions.

The sanction given is not being allowed to apply for ASN admission for the next period.

Read also: Sanctions for Passing CPNS but Withdrawing: Blacklist and Fines of up to IDR 100 Million

Pay debt

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In fact, there are a number of agencies that impose sanctions for CPNS who resign to pay a number of fines.

One of them is in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Kemenlu). For CPNS at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who resign, must pay a penalty of Rp 50 million.

Then, the CPNS of the Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia who resigns, must pay a penalty of Rp. 35 million.

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Details of CPNS who resigned

The following is a breakdown of the number of CPNS who resigned along with the origin of the institution.

Ministries/Institutions

  • Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment: 1 person
  • Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises: 1 person
  • Ministry of Law and Human Rights: 2 people
  • Ministry of Communications: 11 people
  • Ministry of Health: 2 people
  • State Intelligence Service: 1 person
  • National Counter Terrorism Agency: 1 person.

Local government in Java

  • Bantul Regency Government = 1 person
  • Magelang Regency Government = 1 person
  • East Java Provincial Government = 5 people
  • Gresik Regency Government = 2 people
  • Bangkalan Regency Government = 1 person
  • Banyuwangi Regency Government = 1 person
  • Jember Regency Government = 2 people
  • Lamongan Regency Government = 1 person
  • Blitar City Government = 1 person
  • Bogor Regency Government = 4 people
  • Bekasi Regency Government = 1 person
  • Garut Regency Government = 2 people
  • Kuningan Regency Government = 1 person
  • Indramayu Regency Government = 2 people
  • Majalengka Regency Government = 6 people
  • Pangandaran Regency Government = 1 person
  • Pandeglang Regency Government = 3 people
  • Serang City Government = 2 people

Local government in Sulawesi

  • Poso Regency Government = 2 people
  • Parigi Moutong Regency Government = 1 person
  • Sigi Regency Government = 1 person
  • North Morowali Regency Government = 1 person
  • Selayar Islands Regency Government = 1 person
  • Muna Regency Government = 1 person
  • Tidore Islands City Government = 1 person
  • Taliabu Island Regency Government = 1 person
  • Bone Bolango Regency Government = 1 person
  • Tomohon City Government = 1 person
  • Sangihe Islands Regency Government = 1 person

Local government in Sumatra

  • North Lampung Regency Government = 1 person
  • Tulang Bawang District Government = 1 person
  • East Lampung Regency Government = 1 person
  • Pesawaran Regency Government = 1 person
  • Landak Regency Government = 2 people
  • Banyuasin Regency Government = 2 people
  • Belitung Regency Government = 1 person
  • West Sumatra Provincial Government = 6 people
  • Mentawai Islands Regency Government = 1 person
  • Bintan Regency Government = 4 people
  • Karimun Regency Government = 2 people
  • Natuna Regency Government = 1 person
  • Subulussalam City Government = 1 person
  • Rokan Hulu Regency Government = 1 person.

Local government in Kalimantan

  • West Kotawaringin Regency Government = 1 person
  • Pulang Pisau Regency Government = 2 people
  • Tapin District Government = 1 person
  • South Hulu Sungai Regency Government = 1 person
  • Kutai Kartanegara Regency Government = 4 people
  • Berau Regency Government = 1 person

Local government in Nusa Tenggara

  • North Lombok Regency Government = 1 person
  • Belu Regency Government = 1 person

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Infographic: PNS Skipping Work Can Get Fired

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