Indonesian Embassy in Singapore commits to a corruption-free region by signing the Declaration Charter for the Development of an Integrity Zone.
The Indonesian Embassy in Singapore has made a strong commitment towards a corruption-free region by signing the Declaration Charter for the Development of an Integrity Zone (ZI). The signing ceremony took place on Monday (17/04), with the aim of implementing bureaucratic reform and restructuring a clean, effective, and efficient governance system. This move is a part of the effort to serve the community in a professional and precise manner.
The Indonesian Ambassador stated that the development of ZI is essential for the implementation of bureaucratic reform, which aims to achieve a clean, accountable, and capable bureaucracy. He emphasized that this is a priority for the President of the Republic of Indonesia, and this move would ensure excellent public services. The Ambassador also reminded officials and staff of the embassy to maintain a work culture and mindset that prohibits gratuities and corruption while delivering public services to the community.
The Indonesian Embassy in Singapore’s commitment towards a corruption-free region is a significant step towards achieving a clean and accountable bureaucracy. This move is part of the Indonesian government’s efforts to implement bureaucratic reform and provide excellent public services. With the development of ZI, officials and staff of the embassy will be able to serve the community quickly, precisely, and professionally, without accepting any gratuities or engaging in corrupt activities.
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