BATANG, NETRALNEWS.COM - Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo has asked acting Tegal mayor Nursholeh to reorganize the bureaucracy at the local city government to improve the services to the community after the arrest of Tegal mayor Siti Masitha Soeparno by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
"The bureaucracy is messy, I have repeatedly notified them that Tegal’s bureaucracy is not healthy," said Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo after briefing officials and civil state apparatus in Tegal government on Thursday (31/8 / 2017).
According to Ganjar, acting Tegal mayor Nursholeh may coordinate with KPK and Central Java Provincial Government in organizing the bureaucracy.
One of the forms of bureaucracy arrangement, Ganjar said, is to define the positions that are still led by the task force.
"I suggest, Mr. Nursholeh 'sowan' to the KPK coordination, supervision, and prevention of corruption to ask for assistance when faculty open filling position as part of bureaucracy arrangement," he said.
The PDI-P politician also asked Nursholeh to implement the court's decision by returning the position of a number of civil servants who were "incurred" by Siti Masitha's non-active Mayor some time ago.
"The decision of the court should be implemented as a form of constitutionalism, we obey the rules, that there will be an important evaluation and arrangement of rights (civil servants) are returned first," he said.
Previously, a number of civil servants Tegal city had been put under no jobs by Siti Masitha who was then still the mayor of Tegal because they criticized his leadership.
The decision letter of the non-activating of the officers and the release of 15 echelon civil servants II and III was published Siti Masitha on 21 April 2015.
Since that time, Tegal municipal government bureaucracy is running inharmoniously, let alone Siti Masitha also often acted arrogant and authoritarian.