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Ombudsman

Public is No Longer Hiding Behind Us

Monday, January 4, 2021

Ahead of his demission at the end of January, Commissioner of the Indonesian Ombudsman, Alamsyah Saragih is still busy with speaking at various forums. He is also wrapping up final reports on cases such as the dual position held by state-owned enterprise (SOE) commissioners and the lobster larvae export scandal in which former maritime affairs and fishery minister Edhy Prabowo was implicated. According to him, public awareness is rising. "The public doesn’t just report to us and hide behind us anymore," he said.

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Indonesian Ombudsman Commissioner, Ahmad Alamsyah Saragih, at the Ombudsman Office in Jakarta, December 23. Photo: Tempo/M. Taufan Rengganis. tempo : 172110121379.

AFTER five years as Commissioner of the Indonesian Ombudsman, Alamsyah Saragih has finally decided to retire. He did not enroll himself when the registration for commissioner of the next period 2021-2026 was open a few months ago. “I really like to go all out but I don’t want to continue because I know that even if I pass the competency test, not everyone will be happy with me,” said Alamsyah, 54, in a special interview with Tem

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