Jayapura, Jubi – Regulations made by the central government in various sectors keep changing every year and this makes it difficult for the provincial government to implement them, Secretary of the Papua Province, Hery Dosinaen said.
Dosinaen made the remarks before the Director General of the Ministry of Interior Regional Finance Reydhonnizar Moenek and Director General of Regional Finance Ministry of the Interior Ahmad Baktiar who attended the workshop on Capacity Building for Regional Financial Management in Jayapura last week.
He suggested that the governor coordinate with Directorate of Finance Ministry of the Interior to draft special regulations in Papua to see the objective conditions in the area.
“There are many programs that regent would like to realize and not all can be accommodated. Besides that the heads of these regions have to deal with BPK auditors who hold the regulations, “he said.
In addition, the matter of issuance of the Minister of Home Affairs No. 64 of 2013 on the implementation of the Government Accounting Standards (SAP) of accrual – based in local government is new to Papua.
“The accrual-based accounting standards are applied by many developed countries, thus providing greater benefits for the government. Therefore, this concerns could be references for further policy makers in the future, “he said.
Meanwhile, Director General of Regional Finance Ministry of the Interior, Reydhonnizar Moenek said budget management capacity building is very important, because in the future the government will be faced with the dynamics of change in the budget.
“Right now I’m focusing in facilitating a chaos between Jakarta Council and the Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, “Reydhonnizar Moenek stated. (Alexander Loen/ Tina)