M Rosseno Aji, Jakarta – The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Tuesday announced there are 15,649 state officials who have not submitted their annual wealth report (LHKPN) and urged these officials to submit them soon.Out of a total of 384,298 officials in a national scale, KPK had received 368,649 which means 95.93 percent have submitted their wealth. KPK spokesperson Ipi Maryati said "There remains 15,649 that have yet to report their wealth."
KPK noted that as of March 31, 2022, the deadline for reporting, there were 872 of the total 1,439 agencies in Indonesia or around 60 percent that had submitted 100 percent of the LHKPN. "A total of 20 of them are recorded as having fully reported," he said.
In the executive field, at the central government level, there are 187 top leaders and deputy leaders including ministerial level officials, deputy ministers and heads of agencies or institutions, recorded as having reported LHKPN.
At the provincial government level, the KPK noted that 64 Governors and Deputy Governors had filed their LHKPN. At the district or city government level, the KPK noted that 911 Regents, Mayors, Deputy Regents and Deputy Mayors had reported LHKPN.