Monday, 01 Jun 2020

Jokowi will Take Citizens Rights As Sanctions of BPJS Arrears


IllustrationIllustration - The plan to provide sanction to the arrears of the Social Security Organizing Agency (BPJS) has been rejected by various groups.

UGM Director for Presidential Studies-DECODE, Nyarwi Ahmad assesses, if sanctions is the difficulty in making driver license, passports and bank credit applied to BPJS contribution arrears, then the government of President Joko Widodo is similar to adopting commercial patterns in carrying out public service processes.

Nyarwi Ahmad said to the RMOL, Political News Agency, on Thursday 10 October, the sanctions imposed on BPJS contribution arrears were considered as usual if the community get the benefit fairly and directly.

"But this is a coercion, then the impact on the elimination of other rights, in my opinion this needs to be rethought," he said.

In fact, the administration of President Jokowi has ignored and deprived the rights of citizens if the sanctions in that has been planned by the government realized.




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