Jakarta, IO – Ombudsman RI found a number of potential maladministrations in program to provide internet access for frontier, outermost and least developed regions (3T) by the Telecommunication and Information Accessibility Agency (BAKTI).
The findings were conveyed by member of the Indonesian Ombudsman Jemsly Hutabarat. He said there are at least four potentials that need to be followed up.
“The first is a protracted delay,” said Jemsly, according to report by CNN Indonesia, Wednesday (20/7).
He elaborated that there is no guarantee in the duration of internet access in the proposal, and no certainty of the guidance period if the proposal was incomplete, as well as the duration of work by the person in charge on the ground.