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Kemenpora: PSSI Must be Transparent

20 November 2014 Jakarta, KebebasanInformasi.org – The Youth and Sport Ministry (Kemenpora) has called for the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) to be transparent in their financial reports as stipulated in the Public Information Openness Law (UU KIP). “According to Law No. 14/2008 about public information openness, public bodies are institutions or groups that receive funds from the state budget,” said …

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SOS Opens Information Request Post to Request Information to PSSI

24 January 2011 TEMPO Interaktif, Jakarta – The Save Our Soccer (SOS) Coalition has opened a public complaint post to as for information from the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI). The requests then will be collected to obtain report on AFF Cup ticket management and PSSI’s financial audit report in the last six years since 2005. “SOS will facilitate people by …

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PSSI Could be Criminalized

24 January 2011 JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – The Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) could be criminalized if they refuse to reveal information on 2010 AFF Cup to the public. The Save Our Soccer (SOS) coalition that consists of Freedom of Information Network, public figures and supporters network have issued a letter to PSSI to demand transparency in 2010 AFF Cup tickets. SOS …

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Majority of Disputes in Jakarta Information Commission related to Education

17 July 2013 The Jakarta Information Commission (KI) has released data of 432 cases and complaints from the public from January to June 2013. From 432 cases, cases related to education are 50 cases. “This year, from January to June, there were more than 400 cases, but almost half of them were for the Education Agency,” said Jakarta KI commissioner …

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East Kalimantan Information Commission Urges Public Bodies to Utilize Websites

21 July 2013 East Kalimantan Information (KI) chairman Jaidun urged all public bodies in East Kalimantan to implement public information openness by utilizing their respective official website. “The problem is many websites are still not in accordance with the public information openness law (UU KIP). Much information is still not published, such as the finance. Only a few public bodies …

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32 Information Disputes in East Java Unprocessed

24 July 2013 32 cases of information disputes so far this year still remain unprocessed in East Java Information Commission (KI) due to structural changes in Information Commission Regulation No. 1/2013 about Public Information Dispute Resolution Procedure. According to East Java KI commissioner Daan Rahmad Tanod, the regulation has a clause that states information dispute case must be registered by …

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KPU Uploads 165 Million Voters to Voter List Information System

21 August 2013 The General Elections Commission (KPU) has uploaded 165 million names in the list of interim voters to the voter list information system. “There are around 165 million or 88 percent names in the system. We plan to launch KPU’s official website this afternoon,” said KPU commissioner Ferry Kurnia. The data is the result of correction from the …

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West Java KI: Budget Execution Document Is Public Information

3 September 2013 Many people are apparently still questioning whether budget execution document (DPA) is public information or not. This is also what is happening in West Java Province. According to West Java Information Commission (KI) chairman Dan Satriana, DPA is public information that is open to everyone. The KI has also issued Circular Letter No. 1/20 that states DPA …

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Jakarta Government Provides Information through Website and Announcement Boards

16 October 2013 The Jakarta Provincial Government has implemented Law No. 14/2008 about public information openness (UU KIP) by, among others, providing information through the internet and publishing information on the 2013 provincial budget in the sub-district level. Since 2000, the Jakarta government has administered www.beritajakarta.com and www.jakarta.go.id to provide information. Jakarta Legislative Council Commission A member Nadjamatul Faizah said …

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Fired for No Reason, Ari Widodo Sues Tax Directorate

9 October 2013 Former civil servant Ari Widodo has filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance’s Tax Directorate General for firing him without any clear season to the Central Information Commission (KI). The trial held on Monday (7/10) at Central KI Room was led by Commissioner Panel chairman John Fresly along with two members Dyah Aryani and Rumadi and …

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Kukar Regency the Least Transparent in East Kalimantan

3 October 2013 Kutai Kartanegara (Kukar) Regency is the least transparent region in providing information to the public, according to a survey by Pokja 30 and National Secretariat of Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency (FITRA). From 100 percent score, Kukar only scored four percent while Samarinda and the East Kalimantan Provincial Government scored 11 percent and 16 percent respectively. “All …

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Regional Governments Still Selective in Publishing Budget Information

3 October 2013 The Indonesia Forum for Budget Transparency (FITRA) said local governments are still not transparent in publishing budget information and seem to be selective in publishing the information. FITRA Advocacy coordinator Maulana said according FITRA’s research on 193 government websites in nine provinces in September 2013, budget is considered taboo and only a few people know about it. …

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