KPK Invites UMM Student to Fight Corruption

Author : Humas | Thursday, October 13, 2016 13:01 WIB
Director of Education and Community Services Commission, Sujanarko, is in guest lecture at the Faculty of Law. Photo: Distya / PR UMM.

Indonesian position as the top 20 most corrupt countries encouraged the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) instill anti-corruption mental. Working closely with the Faculty of Law (FH) University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM), the Commission held a guest lecture on anti-corruption mental for UMM new students, on Thursday (13/10),

It was held at UMM Dome. The theme of this activity was "Preparing the Net Generation and Anticorruption Law" (“Menyiapkan Generasi Hukum yang Bersih dan Antikorupsi”)presented by the Director of Education and Community Services (Dikyanmas) KPK, Sujanarko.

In his presentation, Sujanarko revealed that the public minister of the most bribe giver was a police. He explained that compared to another countries in South Asia, Indonesian police had done many bribes, which reached 75 percent. Meanwhile, prosecutors, judges, and investigators were 66 percent, while educational institutions was 21 percent. Whereas, the highest corrupt position carried by the private sector which reached 142 cases, the echelon 1, 2, and 3 were 129 cases, and the DPR / DPRD was 119 cases.

"KPK was amazed, because even the private sector was the one most cases. Obviously, money owned privately much more than the state budget. For example, the state budget amounted to 600 trillion, privately owned money could be 1500 trillion. The money was used to 'playing' officials. In fact, the Commission is not authorized to take action against the private sector. This is the problem, "explained Sujanarko.

Sujanarko emphasized that whatever profession chosen after graduation, it must cling to the three important points, namely anticorruption air, air-specialization, and air-integrity. Air-corruption means to be determined not to commit corruption in any form, air-specialization is intended to be in any profession, it must be run according job desk which correspond to their professional field.

"A lawyer," Sujanarko example, "The task is to defend a client. If it is for lobbying then lawyers have come to play golf with his clients to smooth the business, this is called doing something that is not concerned with the rules of the profession. This is called not air-specialties, "he explained.

The third, air-integrity. Integrity means running something that is good and true unattended. According to Sujanarko, it was needed to be trained and to model real. The first step to establish personal integrity could be begun by making personal resolutions that run with full commitment.

In this event, the enthusiasm of the 400 students who participated could be seen from many critical questions. One that was considered interesting by him was the question of what can be done by a student to assist the Commission.

"The best people of the Faculty of Law in Indonesia who will be the next generation in KPK. Currently the Commission has “Indonesia Memanggil” program. Through this program, the Commission will be traveling to campuses to seek the student who are ready to pass the integrity and committed to join the Commission, "he said.

The dean of the Faculty of Law UMM, Dr. Sulardi SH MSi, justified KPK “Indonesia Memanggil” program. UMM often asked the alumni to participate in the selection to be part of the Commission. Sulardi affirm, challenge of FH graduates to enter the world of law as law enforcement is fairly difficult. The reason, the corruptors now had a gate keeper, the parties who do not have a direct relationship with corruptors such as blood relation or business, even not at a nearby location, that's the person who had the 'duty' to save the corruptors’ money.

"Through this public lecture we nurtured the clean soul of anti-corruption. Moreover, the audiences were new student. When they take part in the working world, they will be professionals with integrity as Mr. Sujanarko said, "said Sulardi at last. (Ich / han)



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