Tjahjo Talks About the Salary of Civil Servants of Rp. 9 million, the Ministry of Finance denies this

Tjahjo Talks About the Salary of Civil Servants of Rp. 9 million, the Ministry of Finance denies this - The Ministry of Finance has finally started to talk about the minimum wage for State Civil Apparatus (ASN) of IDR 9 million next year.

The Director of Harmonization of Budgeting Provisions for DJA, Ministry of Finance, Didik Kusnaini, explained that if there was no idea to increase the wages of civil servants for the next year. Because the government is still concentrating on overcoming the effects of the Covid-19 outbreak.

"There is no idea to increase the wages of civil servants (2021)," he said on Wednesday (12/30/2020).

However, regarding the increase in the performance benefits of ASN and retirees, he explained if the idea existed. The idea is currently being reviewed internally by the relevant Ministries and Agencies.

"The regulation of government provisions regarding the pattern of wages and pensions is currently still in the inter-departmental review stage," he explained.

According to him, in this study there are several important reasons to be studied. Among them is the impact on state finances not only in the short period but also in the long term.

"Considering many factors, one of which is the effect on short-term and long-term state finances," he said.

Initially, the Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform (Menpan RB) Tjahjo Kumolo explained, for next year the wages of civil servants for the lowest position will be Rp 9 million - Rp 10 million per month. This increase comes from the increase in allowances that have been estimated since last year.

"So the lowest ASN employee can get a minimum of IDR 9 million to IDR 10 million," he said in the Grand Release of ASN Money Waqf of the Ministry of Religion, Monday (12/28/2020).

Tjhajo explained that the increase in allowances will be enjoyed by around 4.2 million ASN, 1 million government employees with work agreements (PPPK), which are divided into groups of teachers, 260 medical personnel, and 100 thousand extension workers.

"Hopefully through recruitment, the merit system, allowances and others can be organized, we can record how many ASN we need," he explained.

Tjahjo hopes that several state servants can donate some of the increased allowances for good. The government is also currently looking for steps so that ASN can play a bigger role in waqf.

"Soon we'll find out. From basic wages and support and others, we ask how. Until there is a waqf that can roll in front," said Tjahjo.


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