Gather a Number of Ministers, Vice President: Government Wants the Efficient and Innovative Bureaucracy

By Alfurkon Setiawan
Date 10 Juli 2015
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Vice President Jusuf Kalla chaired the meeting of bureaucratic reform, in the office of the Vice President, Jakarta, Thursday (9/7)

Vice President (VP) Jusuf Kalla along with a number of Cabinet Ministers Work, Thursday (9/7), at the office of the Vice President, Jakarta, chaired a meeting to discuss about bureaucratic reform in Indonesia.

When starting the meeting, the Vice President admitted that he just knows, if he is responsible for the bureaucratic reform issues.

“Today we are meeting on the bureaucracy reform. So as the Vice President, I just found out that this is the task of the Vice President,” Kalla said.

On the issue of the bureaucracy reform, the vice president said that the essence core is how our big bureaucracy could efficient, innovative, and move to advance.

According to the Vice President, bureaucratic issue is a common issue that occurring in a number of countries. Not only in Indonesia, but also in other countries in the world.

Through this meeting, the vice president said, the government wants to discuss how to keep the bureaucracy could be efficient and innovative. Efficient and innovative bureaucracy is expected to drive the system of government be better.

“The goal is of course to drive a good and efficient governance,” Vice President Jusuf Kalla said.

Present in the meeting, among others, Minister of State Secretary Pratikno, Chief of the Presidential Staff Luhut Pandjaitan, Cabinet Secretary Andi Widjajanto, Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Tedjo Edhy, Minister of Law and Human Rights, Yasonna Laoly, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Sofyan Djalil, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Indroyono Susilo, as well as Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Yuddy Chrisnandi, and Minister of National Development Planning  Andrinof Chaniago.  (*/WID/ES)

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