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Banten provincial government’s commitment to education is considered not maximized

SERANG – Banten provincial government’s commitment to education is considered not maximized. Existing achievements still considered false or short of expectations. Center for Regional Information and Studies (PATTIRO) Banten rate, in the period 2012 and commitment to education in Banten is not maximized when measured by various indicators relating to components of the human development

Islands in focus: Solo earmarks Rp 6.5b for vehicle purchases

The Jakarta Post | Archipelago | Mon, January 14 2013, 10:42 AM Paper Edition | Page: 5 SURAKARTA: A budget of Rp 6.5 billion (US$675,000) has been allocated by the Surakarta city administration to purchase new official vehicles, comprising 203 motorcycles and 12 cars. The number of vehicles is relatively small compared to the 334

CSOs Coalition Formed to Supervise Budgeting in Merauke

MERAUKE – Australia Indonesia Partnership for Decentralisation (AIPD) hold-up activities to the formation of coalitions (network) Civil Society Organization (CSO) activists for 22 people in Merauke. Activities facilitated by PATTIRO (Center for Regional Information and Studies) was held in the meeting room Bappeda Merauke, Friday (7/12) yesterday. Facilitator BK CSO, Bastian Hendro Wibowo, said the

13 CSOs Declare Papua Alliance for Budget Transparency

JAYAPURA – A total of 13 Civil Siciety Organizations (CSOs) in Papua following the Workshop Build Coalition of CSOs in Papua and agreed to declare the Alliance for Budget Transparency Papua or Aliansi untuk Transparansi Anggaran Papua (ATAP). The alliance will focus on monitoring and advocacy for the use of public funds, especially with regard

PATTIRO Open Complaints Car

SOLO – Public services in a number of villages and districts in the city of Solo found still bad. Residents complain about the condition of public service both to the behavior of workers thes service when accessing public services. This conclusion is the result of research by the Center for Information and Regional Studies (PATTIRO)