Indonesian Govt claims success in First 30 Days: Do You think so?

The government has claimed that its performance in the first 30 days had been satisfying, proven by the implementation of most of the action plans in the period. The chief of the President’s Working Unit for Development Supervision and Control (UKP4), Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, said after a cabinet meeting here on Friday that of 131 action plans planned for implementation in the first 100 days of the term only three that had been considered less satisfying in the last 30 days.

Excerpt from Kompas.com.

Now this is quite disturbing. Being implemented doesn’t always mean that you have a good performance. Does anyone know the performance indicator being used by govt? And how about the target? Based on what I’ve just read, it seems that most indicators reported to media are economical and financial indicators, which I think as lag indicators. How about law and human right enforcement? How about energy mix development and energy production? Or educational sector? What are the target and the achievement?

I think of that as public domain.

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