Jayapura, Jubi – A member of the Papua Legislative Council urged local governments to immediately issue decrees appointing civil servant candidates (CPNS) who passed recruitment tests in 2014.
The council’s Commission I member Emus Gwijangge said he learned that up to now many regencies in Papua have not issued legalized the recruitment to guarantee the future of those candidates.
“I got information that said some regencies have not yet issued the decrees to appoint the CPSN, including Nduga and Pegunungan Bintang. They must issue it at least by mid-year,” Gwijangge said on Saturday (7/3/2015).
He further said if there is a problem, the regent should make coordination with the Regional Civil Service Agency. The Regional Head must proactive. He said they must accelerate it in order to optimize the administrative and the passed candidates should be immediately placed based on their expertise.
“Do not place them as victims of the conflict of interest. I worried if this keep continue it would be used for certain parties’ benefit,” he said. Further he said it would possibly the name listed in the decree is different with the candidates’ names.
“Do not make it difficult for the passed candidates. I talk because it is my duty as councilor. Additionally the indigenous Papuans must be prioritized except for the certain positions that Papuans didn’t apply, it could hand over to non-Papuans,” he said.
Earlier, the CPNS recruitment process in Papua has also encountered a problem. In the early of July 2014, the Papua Governor Lukas Enembe was surprise knowing the result of test in Papua wasn’t attached with the Decree from Minister of State Administrative Reform. (Arjuna Pademme/rom)