The success stories of local chief executives : Seven Points of the Compass

REGIONAL politics sound grim after the KPK’s data on corruption in the regions: 31 regents and mayors convicted since 2004. It is further dispiriting that some areas are still governed by family or cronies of the corrupt local leaders. Among 497 regents and mayors nationwide, there are undoubtedly some who are honest and efficient, using their seat of power not for abuse but to enhance the prosperity of their respective areas. Last covered in 2008, Tempo is back with a special issue on local leaders. Selected are seven super-administrators who govern far from the glitz of Jakarta and the associated media spotlight, yet these local leaders—three from Java and one each from Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua—are models of inspiration. Who are they and what have they done to deserve recognition?

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  • Penulis
    PDAT
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    TEMPO Publishing
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    Tim Penyusun PDAT: Ismail, Asih Widiarti, Dani Muhadiansyah, Evan Koesumah
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    Hukum
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    English
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    63
The success stories of local chief executives : Seven Points of the Compass
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