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CONFUSION OVER CIVIL SERVANT TEST RESULTS

Around 4000 peoples participated in  civil service recruitment tests in Mimika regency (Jubi)

Around 4000 peoples participated in civil service recruitment tests in Mimika regency (Jubi)

Around 4000 peoples participated in  civil service recruitment tests in Mimika regency (Jubi)

Around 4000 peoples participated in civil service recruitment tests in Mimika regency (Jubi)

Timika, 12/2 (Jubi)- There has been a confusion about a delay in announcing the results of  civil service recruitment tests in Mimika regency.

Thousands of civil servant hopefuls had been waiting since the end of December for the results to be announced, but an assistant to the regional secretary in Mimika regency, Benediktus Renyaan, said they would still have to wait longer. He said the acting regent of Mimika, Ausilius You, did not have the authority to sign test results.

According to Renyaan, the announcements of the test results were still on hold pending a decree by the Governor’s policy of Papua Lukas Enembe.

One participant test CPNS Mimika, Benny says, he hoped the Government wold soon announce the test results

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“We’ve heard many times  it will be announced, but it hasn’t happened yet,” he said. (Jubi/Eveerth/Frans)

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