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Created on Thursday, 20 November 2014 12:51
UMK - Mochammad Jasin, General Inspector of Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs (Kemenag RI) really keeps the commitment not to fall into corruption. For him, corruption is a deviant behavior that may aggravate the country.
That's why, in addition to instill a commitment to stay uninvolved in actions that violate the ethical-moral, in his serving place today, Kemenag RI, Jasin even advises his staffs to report him if he has done corruption.
'' In the office, I’ve advised the staffs to report me to the authorities if I corrupt, '' he said in front of thousands of students of the Economic Faculty, University of Muria Kudus (UMK) during his speech in a general lecture on Wednesday (11/19/2014).
Because of the impact that may aggravate the country, according to Jasin, all elements must play their roles to fight against corruption practices. Hence, Preventing corruption requires synergies and integrated prevention through a various methods.
The methods are wealth and gratuities report for state officials, people participation, administrative system education through bureaucratic reform, access improvement for public reporting, and internal controls empowerment.
Born in Blitar on June 14, 1958, Jasin completed undergraduate education majors at the State Administration of Brawijaya University (Unibraw), Malang, 1984. Five years later, he completed the Master Degree in Business Management at the Technological University of the Philippines, Manila. Doctoral Degree in the same field he achieved from Adamson University, Manila, Philippines.Read more: M Jasin : Report Me if I Do Corruption