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    Mardani: Indonesia Requires Bureaucrats with Capacity and Integrity

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    BANDUNG - The House of Representatives (DPR) of the Republic of Indonesia supports the efforts made by the Institute of Public Administration (LAN) which continues to encourage the improvement of Human Resources (HR) within the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) to become leaders of change.

    Member of the Indonesian House of Representatives Commission II, Mardani Ali Sera stated, the best investment is investment in Human Resources (HR), where Indonesia is currently in dire need of bureaucrats with the capacity and integrity of education such as Reform Leader Academy (RLA) to make Indonesia stronger and stronger.

    "We strongly support RLA if it can be reproduced, but by sharpening the curriculum and its implementation patterns," said Mardani, on the sidelines of the National Bureaucratic Reform Campaign for RLA Training, at the Multifunction Building PKP2A I LAN RI, Thursday (11/08).

    According to Mardani, there are many changes that have been carried out by the Republic of Indonesia LAN to increase effectiveness and productivity, therefore the DPR supports programs carried out by LAN, especially those carried out in a sustainable manner.

    Mardani stated that the concept of the Riung Room which targets millennial business start-up is very suitable with the present context, especially if it is associated with an increase in the creative economic sector that is loved by this age group.

    "We remind us that we should not just because there is a trend to start up fintech businesses or technology development like that, but we must know that the country is based on agriculture so that agriculture, livestock and plantations should not be forgotten," he added. (Parno)

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