On Wednesday, June 10, 2009, the National Commission to Fight Corruption (KPK) announced the net worth of eight leading government officials in Bali as required under the law. That list saw Bali's Governor Made Mangku Pastika claiming the highest net worth of Rp. 6.2 billion (US$607,840) plus US$10,000. Among the 8 officials filing personal asset reports, the "poorest" was the Bupati of Badung, A.A. Gde Agung, with a personal wealth of Rp. 1.87 billion (US$183,300).
Wealth of Bali Top Officials
- Made Mangku Pastika, Governor, Rp. 6.2 billion (US$607,840) plus US$10,000.
- Inspector General T. Ashikin Husein, Baliís Chief of Police, Rp. 4.3 billion (US$421,570)
- I B Putu Gede, The President Director of the Bali Development Bank (BPD-Bali), Rp. 3.9 billion (US$382,350)
- I Ketut Sudikerta, Vice Bupati of Badung Regency, Rp. 2.96 billion (US$290,200)
- Professor I Made Bakta, Dean of Udayana University, Rp. 2.35 billion (US$230,400)
- I Gusti Ngurah Suparka, Bali's Chief Prosecutor, Rp. 2.34 billion (US$229,400)
- A.A. Ngurah Puspayoga, Vice-Governor of Bali, Rp. 2.17 billion (US$212,750)
- A.A. Gde Agung, Bupati (regent) of Badung, Rp. 1.87 billion (US$183,300)
The personal wealth figures were revealed at a public meeting held at the Nikki Hotel in Denpasar on June 10,2009, and published in Nusa Bali. According to the report, the Governor's net worth has nearly doubled in the last 3 years due to an increases in the value of Pastika's fixed assets.
Anti-corruption legislation in Indonesia requires the disclosure of personal wealth by all top officials.
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