Bappenas asked experts involved in the discussion not to reveal the capital city relocation plan. But now, there are demands for public transparency.
BAMBANG Brodjonegoro has been visiting one university after another. On Tuesday, August 27, he went to the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). The week before, the National Development Planning Minister/Bappenas chief came to his alma mater, the University of Indonesia (UI). At each campus, he spoke about the same topic: the capital city relocation to East Kalimantan.
After returning from Bandung, West Java, he met with members of UI’s a...