Saturday, 07 Dec 2019

In addition to acting Riau Provincial Secretary Harrofie Also Has 2 Other Positions


Acting Regional Secretary of Riau Provincial Government Ahmad Syah Harrofie after the inaugurationActing Regional Secretary of Riau Provincial Government Ahmad Syah Harrofie after the inauguration - After being appointed by the Governor of Riau Syamsuar as Acting (Acting) Secretary of the Riau Province Regional Secretary (Sekdaprov), Wednesday, August 14, 2019. Ahmad Syah Harrofie also has two other important positions.

RIAU1.COM observations, the most recent one was appointed as chairman of the selection committee (Pansel) President Director (Managing Director) and President Commissioner (Komut) of Bank Riau Kepri which until now is still empty.

Finally, he was appointed as Assistant I for Government and Social Economy in the Setdaprov Riau inaugurated by Arsyuadjuliandi Rachman while serving as Governor of Riau.

At that time he was inaugurated along with 42 names of echelon II officials of Setdaprov Riau to fill the new Regional Apparatus Organization (OPD).

This double position is not a problem according to the current law. That was justified by the Head of the Regional Personnel Agency (BKD) of Riau Province, Ikhwan Ridwan when found after the inauguration.

"The position as Assistant I is permanent. That is definitive. While for the Regional Secretary, this is only an Acting Officer," he added.

Regulations on Civil Servants are regulated in Law Number 5 of 2014 concerning State Civil Apparatuses and in Government Regulation Number 53 of 2010 concerning Discipline of Civil Servants PP 53/2010.

Civil Servants are Indonesian citizens who meet certain conditions, are appointed as ASN Employees on a permanent basis by civil servant development officials to occupy government positions.

Prohibition of civil servants regarding concurrent positions is to become a member and or management of political parties, civil servants are prohibited without government permission to become employees or work for other countries and or international institutions or organizations, civil servants are prohibited from working in foreign companies, foreign consultants, or foreign nongovernmental organizations .


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