Regent Siak Alfedri attended the Plenary Meeting on Submitting the Accountability Statement Report (LKPj) for 2020 Regional Heads Virtual.
The activity took place in the Bandar Siak Room, Siak Regent’s Office.
The Plenary Meeting on Submission of the 2020 Regional Head Accountability Statement (LKPj) was chaired directly by the chairman of the Siak Azmi Regency DPRD and attended by Regional Secretary Siak Arfan Usman, Assistant for Economy and Development Hendrisan, Assistant for General Administration Jamaluddin, Head of Bappeda of Siak Wan District Yunus and several related Opd chiefs.
Regent Siak Alfrdri in the report he delivered regarding the 2020 Regional Head’s Accountability Statement (LKPj) Explains that the Regional Head’s Accountability Statement (LKPj) is one of the obligations that the Regional Head must submit to the DPRD every year, which contains the results of carrying out the Affairs government That has been implemented by the local government for one fiscal year.
The submission of the LKPJ is also intended as a report on the implementation of tasks at the same time as an evaluation material for 2020 performance achievements for the sake of improving the performance of the Siak district local government in the ongoing 2021 annual budget period, which is also guided by government regulation No. 13 of 2019 concerning reports and evaluation of government administration.
“Starting this report. Let us explain the general policy of the Siak Regency government in 2020, which is outlined in regional regulation no 12 of 2016 concerning the regional medium-term development guidelines for 2016-2021, namely the realization of an advanced and prosperous Siak Regency in a religious and community environment. having a Malay culture as well as being a tourism destination in Sumatra, “said Alfedri.
Not only that, but the Regent Siak Alfedri also explained several important points related to LKPj, including regarding the achievement of government development performance in 2020 which can be seen from the indicators, which are in accordance with the 6 regional development priorities, namely an even distribution of infrastructure, improving the quality of education, improving quality. public health, development of strategic areas for tourism, industry, and agriculture, environmentally sound development, as well as the development of MSMEs and the creative economy.
“We hope that this Momentum can be used as a medium to provide professional input to the Regional Government. So that efforts to build good governance will be carried out quickly through more intense collaborative efforts between regional governments, DPRD Community and other stakeholders”, he concluded.