Illustration – Corruption Eradication Commission or KPK. Photo: ANTARA
jpnn.com, JAKARTA – The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) stated that six employees who did not pass the national insight test (TWK) refused to take part in state defense education and training.
While the remaining 18 employees are willing to take part in the training.
“As a follow-up to the process of transferring KPK employees to ASN, the KPK in collaboration with the Ministry of Defense organizes State Defense Education and Training and National Insights for KPK employees who will be appointed as ASN,” said KPK Secretary General Cahya H Harefa in a statement, Wednesday (21/7). ).
Cahya explained, the state defense training will be held from July 22 to August 30, 2021 at the Indonesian Defense University Sentul, Bogor.
“Of the 24 employees who were given the opportunity to take part in the training, 18 people have been willing to sign a willingness form to take part in the training,” he said.
Cahya detailed that of the 18 KPK employees who were willing, 16 people would follow him in person, while two other anti-corruption institutions were currently undergoing Covid-19 self-isolation so they could follow him online.
“Training materials include basic, core, and supporting studies. The basic studies include national insight, namely the four Basic State Consensus: Sishankamrata, leadership with an insight into state defense, as well as prevention and control of terrorism or radicalism, and social conflicts,” he explained.
Cahya explained that the core study was developing the values and basic skills of defending the country. While supporting studies include the implementation of the opening and closing ceremonies, the contents of the KPK, as well as guidance and care.
“KPK hopes that through this training, it can create and develop awareness of defending the state as well as national insight for KPK personnel in carrying out their duties to eradicate corruption,” he said. (tan/jpnn)
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