Regional Governments Urged to Launch Public Services Mall to Tackle Illegal Levies, Corruption

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation     Date 6 Februari 2022
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Minister of Home Affairs Muhammad Tito Karnavian (PR of Cabinet Secretariat/Agung)

In a bid to tackle illegal levies and corruption in public services sector, the Government has urged regional governments to build a one-stop integrated Public Services Mall (MPP).

For the record, the MPP aims to provide fast and simple services to general public.

“The MPP can avoid corruption, especially illegal levies,” Minister of Home Affairs Muhammad Tito Karnavian said, Sunday (02/06).

In addition to avoid illegal levies, Tito added that all transactions in the MPP are cashless transactions.

Through its transparent, accountable system, the MPP, he added, will encourage certainty and ease in providing public services including business permission for general public. The system is also supported by centralized easy process and simple bureaucratic flow, he added.

Moreover, it is expected that through this system, the general public can feel more comfortable and be easily facilitated to meet their needs in public services sector, Tito added.

To that end, Tito urged regional governments to remain committed in facilitating public services by building the MPP.

“Once again, based on Presidential and Vice Presidential directive, all regions must have the MPP,” he remarked. (PR of Ministry of Home Affairs/UN) (AP/EP)

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