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    Anies is grateful that Jakarta has won the title of the most democratic province

    Jumat, Agustus 07, 2020, 08:13 WIB Last Updated 2020-11-18T03:33:22Z
    Anies is grateful that Jakarta has won the title of the most democratic province

    HARIAN UMMAT ■  The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) released 88.29 percent of the performance of the DKI Jakarta government was very good, so that it again won the title as the most democratic province in Indonesia.

    This figure increased by 3.21 points from 2018 when it was only 85.08. From this achievement, it turned out to be able to break the record for the highest IDI number during the 11 years of calculation.

    The Governor of DKI Jakarta, Anies Baswedan, welcomed the assessment and achievement of the title.

    "Alhamdulillah, this is the umpteenth time Jakarta is again considered as the Most Democratic Province in Indonesia," he said, on Thursday (6/8/2020).

    Anies added that the increase was driven by improvements in the aspect of political rights which increased from 75.43 in 2018 to 83.86 in 2019 or an increase of 8.43 points. The aspect of political rights in question includes an increase in voters turnout in the 2019 Legislative Election.

    In addition, related to the achievements of aspects of democratic institutions in 2019 yesterday, it also improved by 4.07 points from 87.82 in 2018 to 91.89 in 2019. Among them is improving budget transparency in the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government (Pemprov).

    "Even aspects of our freedom of belief also went up and got a perfect score of 100," explained Anies again.

    Even so, continued Anies, even though the achievement of DKI Jakarta's democracy index this year is considered quite high, it still leaves some homework.

    "So, IDI does not only see a picture of democracy that comes from the performance side of the government or the bureaucracy. But also from the aspect of the role of the community, legislative institutions (DPRD), political parties, judiciary and law enforcers, "said Anies.

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