BALI, THE IMAGE – Elected regents and deputy regents in 6 regencies and cities in Bali presented their public service commitments at the Ombudsman RI Representative Office in Bali, Wednesday (10/3/2021). The six regencies and cities in question are Denpasar, Badung, Tabanan, Jembrana, Bangli and Karangaem. All elected regents and deputy regents attended except for the Regent and Deputy Regent of Karangasem Regency who were unable to attend and were only represented by the Regional Secretary.
The elected regents and deputy regents include I Gusti Ngurah Jaya Negara-I Kadek Agus Arya Wibawa as Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Denpasar, I Nengah Tamba-I Gede Ngurah Patriana Krisna as Regent and Deputy Regent of Jembrana, Sang Nyoman Sedana Arta- I Wayan Diar as Regent and Deputy Regent of Bangli, I Komang Gede Sanjaya-I Made Edi Wirawan as Regent and Deputy Regent of Tabanan and I Nyoman Giri Prasta-I Ketut Suiasa as Regent and Deputy Regent of Badung. Meanwhile, Karangasem was represented by the Sekdanya.
The Head of the Indonesian Ombudsman, Bali Representative Umar Ibnu Alkhatab, directly led a presentation on the performance of public services. Ombdusman Bali gave his appreciation to the elected regents who came to present the performance of public services. “We give high appreciation to the regents and mayors who came by themselves to explain their vision and mission in their limited time and busyness. Except for the Karangasem Regent who could not attend because his son was married, and his deputy had to accept the visit of the Bali Police Chief,” he said.
According to Umar, the results of the presentation of the vision and mission of the performance of public services for the 6 districts and cities he admitted that there were still significant regional imbalances. There are districts and cities that are already very good, such as Badung Regency and Denpasar City. However, there are also districts that still need to continue to improve their public service performance. “We see that there seems to be an imbalance between one region and another. We ask that districts that are not yet optimal have to catch up with them,” he said.
Umar also asked the regents and their representatives to work honestly in providing public services, especially basic infrastructure such as education, health and food. “I ask the regents and deputy regents to work honestly, and focus on public services. I am ashamed if during their term of office someone is examined by the KPK. If the regents are examined by the KPK, then I am ashamed because it is considered that the Ombudsman does not supervise public services,” he said. . For regions that are considered to be still lame, they are asked to immediately carry out various measurable innovations. Especially innovations in various basic infrastructure such as those that have been carried out in advanced districts.***