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Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reforms (Administrative Reforms) Azwar Abubakar called on public officials to not playing the oath of office as a lesson of what happened in Garut Regent Aceng Fikri.
"If all this much or as well as bureaucratic officials who regard the oath of office just part of the ritual in the process of getting a position, do not mess with it," he said in a written statement on Wednesday.
Anwar says the case with Garut Regent Aceng Fikri should be a lesson and a stern warning to all state officials, both from the legislative, executive, and judiciary.
He explained regents are Trustees Personnel Officer (CO) should be a role model for Civil Servants (PNS) in the district.
Besides, he added, must be capable of Regents of duty, and also have to maintain decency in everyday life, both in government and in public life.
"He must not violate ethics, or decency or propriety," he said, affirmed.
Anwar also agreed when Aceng Fikri was dismissed from his post as regent Garut.
"He deserves to be sanctioned removed from office, for having committed that violates the ethical, which means it also violated the oath of office," he said.
Furthermore, he considered the district legislature is Index.php Index.php representation unanimously agreed to submit no-confidence motion.
"Despite a regent, mayor or governor is elected directly by the people through elections, does not mean he can not be dismissed," he said.
He added that the President through the Secretary of the Interior could dismiss Aceng Fikri from his post as regent Garut.
"Because the authorities of the Regent is a delegation granted by the President as head of state. Thus, the President can take back a delegated authority, if official wrongdoing," he said.
According to Anwar, Regent Aceng Fikri was judged to have committed violations of ethics, violation of decency as a regent who is a public official.
"Instead of public officials, civil servants were dismissed because too much commit adultery," she said.
He said in 2012 about 300 civil servants (PNS) dismissed.
"Of that amount, about 25% caused by the acts of infidelity," said the minister who is also Chairman of the Advisory Board of Human Resources.
He hopes the same thing does not happen again in the future.
Meanwhile, elsewhere a cultural observer said when asked his opinion, the moral collapse that began engulfing officials in this country as the development of modernization in the behavior and freedom that have changed the direction of the real goal in gender equality in climate and spirit of reform.