Thursday, 24 January 2019

Laporan World Bank yang Bikin Grogi Jokowi

Laporan World Bank yang Bikin Grogi Jokowi

Jakarta, Swamedium.com — Beberapa hari belakangan ini muncul semacam penggiringan opini, seolah-olah pemberitaan mengenai kritik World Bank terhadap proyek infrastruktur di Indonesia salah alamat karena memakai data lama, yakni data tahun 2014. Padahal, sebenarnya Kajian World Bank tentang infrastruktur itu ada dua. Pertama, laporan tahun 2014 dan kedua, laporan tahun 2018.

Beberapa media Nasional telah membahas laporan World Bank tahun 2014 –dengan judul “Indonesia’s Infrastructure Planning and Budgeting Processes: an internal report of the World Bank Global Governance Practice” — pada minggu akhir Desember 2018 dan pada minggu pertama Januari 2019. Begitu muncul laporan itu, World Bank langsung menanggapi dengan penjelasan bahwa laporan itu adalah laporan lama, tahun 2014, sebelum masa pemerintahan Presiden Joko Widodo.

Berikut penjelasan World Bank untuk laporan pertama, yang tahun 2014…

http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/statement/2019/01/01/world-bank-statement?fbclid=IwAR1VUG2qRsJWIznSXc73Ob3rlnQer1Fbnm2hbKKcHfA5jLDHS_3IX3mU1_o

Statement January 1, 2019
Indonesia: World Bank Statement

We became aware that in recent days an outdated internal World Bank report examining Indonesia’s Infrastructure Planning & Budgeting Processes has been the subject of discussion in social and other media in the country. We would like to clarify that this report was (a) completed in 2014 before President Joko Widodo took office, (b) aimed at describing the state of infrastructure planning and budgeting processes at that time, and (c) intended for internal World Bank use only and uploaded by clerical mistake in one of our websites in June 2018.

Accordingly, the report is obsolete as it does not cover substantial reforms made since its completion almost five years ago – including several important new regulations.

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