, Jakarta – The Issuance of Presidential Instruction (Inpres) No. 7 of 2015 concerning Actions to Prevent and Eradicate Corruption in 2015, is considered to be a sweep of corrupt practices in the energy and mineral resources (ESDM) sector.

National Coordinator of the Indonesian Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Coalition Maryati Abdullah said, the Inpres was an anticorruption policy that was first signed by President Jokowi since being elected in 2014 ago. So that it provides a little fresh air that the Jokowi government has a vision in combating corruption.

“For that we welcome and are ready to monitor its implementation, especially related to the energy sector and mineral resources,” said Maryati, in Jakarta, Monday (1/6/2015).

Publish What You Pay noted several activities related to the energy and natural resources sector, among others, the acceleration of the formation of ‘Minerba One Map Indonesia (MOMI)’, evaluation of the implementation of Presidential Regulation Number 26 of 2010 concerning Transparency of State and Regional Revenues Obtained from the Oil and Gas Extractive Industries and mining.

Then the acceleration of the provision of a basic map of land, transparency of non-tax state revenues in the field of natural resources, studies for adjustments to various Regulations of the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (Permen ESDM) related to the implementation of the Coal Mineral Law.

“This PPK Presidential Instruction complements efforts to eradicate corruption in the natural resources sector which had previously been started. For example, the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the action plan for the National Movement to Rescue SDA between President Jokowi and the KPK Leaders with 29 ministries or institutions and 12 provincial governments some time ago, “said Maryati.

The Presidential Instruction which is the elaboration and further implementation of PP No. 55/2012 on the National Strategy for Long-Term Corruption Prevention and Eradication in 2012-2025 gives instructions to all Working Cabinet Ministers, Cabinet Secretary, Attorney General, National Police, Chief of Non-Ministry Government Institutions ( LPNK), Secretary General of State Higher Institutions, Governors, and all Regents / Mayors throughout Indonesia to jointly carry out earnestly the 2015 PPK Action.

Inpres Number 7 of 2015 includes 96 KDP Action items planned to be carried out throughout 2015. Each of the KDP Actions is described in detail, including listing the responsible institutions / agencies and the success criteria of each action / activity. (Pew / Ndw)