Bandarlampung (ANTARA) – The Directorate of Monitoring, Deputy for Prevention and Monitoring of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) said that the local government (Pemda) in Lampung Province was vulnerable to corruption based on the results of the 2021 Integrity Assessment Survey (SPI).
“The 2021 Lampung SPI results have an average score of 69.3 percent, below the national average of 72 percent,” said KPK Monitoring Specialist Wahyu Dewantara Susilo, in Bandarlampung, Thursday.
He said from the Lampung SPI average score, several regions were categorized as very vulnerable, namely East Lampung Regency with an index value of 51 percent, South Lampung 58 percent, Central Lampung 62 percent, Tanggamus 65 percent, and Bandar Lampung City 65 percent.
He said that the SPI has an index value starting from zero to one hundred percent divided into 4 categories, namely very vulnerable, vulnerable, alert to awake. 0-67.9 percent of the index value is in the very vulnerable category, 68-73.6 percent is in the vulnerable category, 73.7-77.4 percent is on alert, 77.5 to 100 percent is awake.
When viewed from the problems in the local governments in Lampung related to corruption, there are bribes, gratuities, the influence of people outside the organization, conflicts of interest and budget irregularities.
“The issue of bribery, for example, gratification in Lampung the risk level reaches 23 percent, with South Lampung Regency the highest reaching 44 percent. Then the risk is the influence of outsiders from the organization, the risk is 20 percent for the province with the highest in Central Lampung 50 percent,” he said.
The risk of conflict of interest that occurs in one organization is 49 percent, the highest is in South Lampung 65 percent, the next problem is nepotism in the management of government human resources (HR) as much as 34 percent, and the closeness of officials 36 percent.
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