Transparency International se-Asia Pacific Menyerukan Perlindungan

Issued by Transparency International Indonesia

Perwakilan gerakan Transparency International, yang bertemu di Bali Indonesia sebelum Konferensi Regional Open Government Partnership (OGP) Asia Pasifik, dengan ini mengakui pentingnya OGP sebagai platform yang kuat dalam mempromosikan transparansi, akuntabilitas dan partisipasi warga dalam tata pemerintahan.

Kami mendesak pemerintah negara-negara di Asia Pasifik yang telah menjadi anggota OGP untuk menjalankan secara sungguh-sungguh prinsip-prinsip dari komitmen mereka, khususnya memastikan ruang peran yang benar-benar penting bagi masyarakat sipil. Ini mencakup, pertama, menyediakan cukup waktu bagi pertemuan konsultasi multi-stakeholder dalam mengembangkan rencana aksi nasional; kedua, mengupayakan dan mencapai persetujuan dengan masyarakat sipil dalam hal hasil rumusan rencana aksi nasional; ketiga, mengakui ruang-ruang bagi masyarakat sipil dalam mengawasi pelaksanaan komitmen pemerintah. 

“Pemerintah, melalui proses yang inklusif, perlu mengarusutamakan prinsip-prinsip pemerintahan terbuka dalam semua kerangka hukum, pengambilan keputusan dan implementasi kebijakan publik untuk memastikan perwujudan pemerintahan bersih dan kesejahteraan rakyatnya,” ungkap Dadang Trisasongko, Secretary General Transparency International Indonesia.

Mengingat empat kriteria pemenuhan kriteria OGP merupakan entry point dalam mempromosikan transparansi, akuntabilitas dan partisipasi warga, kami menyerukan pemerintah di kawasan Asia Pacifik untuk mengupayakan pemenuhan kriteria –kriteria tersebut terlepas mereka bermaksud menjadi anggota ataupun tidak.

Transparency International Chapters, Asia Pacific Region:  

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Ilham B. Saenong, Program Director Transparency International Indonesia
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