The Regent of Indragiri Hilir, HM Wardan, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Guarding the Village and the Prosecutor Greeting the Village program virtually, Monday, August 10, 2020 at the Encoding Communication and Informatics Office Building of Indragiri Hilir Regency. Memorandum of Understanding as well as dialogue held through a video conference attended by Heads of Subdistricts and Heads of Village in Indragiri Hilir Regency.
The event began with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Regent and the Head of the State Prosecutor’s Office regarding the Handling and Use of Village Funds and the Integrated DMIJ Plus Program in Indragiri Hilir Regency, as well as the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Interactive Dialogue Program through the Local Public Broadcasting Institution Gemilang TV and Gemilang FM.
According to the Regent of Indragiri Hilir, HM Wardan, the Village Guard Program is a program implemented to manage the distribution and utilization of village funds. Through this program, it is hope that the village fund budget which increases every year can be manage properly and optimally and avoid abuse and irregularities.
“This program aims to prevent social conflict in a heterogeneous society, as well as to provide education to the community to carry out positive activities as an effort to build a more advanced, spiritful and dignified Inhil,” said the Regent.
Furthermore, the Regent explained, the “Prosecutor Greets the Village” program is an informative tool containing interactive dialogue as education for the public to get to know the performance of the prosecutor’s office.
The Regent said this was very important to help the Indragiri Hilir Regency Government and its villages in an effort to realize efficient, effective, and accountable management of village funds through synergistic cooperation regarding the use of village funds and the integrated DMIJ plus program.
“With this collaboration, supervision will be carried out on the strategic development process, starting from the planning stage, implementation to reporting, so that the management of village funds will be more effective and maximized and avoid legal problems,” conclude the Regent.
The Regent hopes that in efforts to distribute and manage village funds, the Village Government can comply with all regulations regarding village financial management.
“We certainly do not want village officials to be caught in legal problems for the management of village finances. Hopefully, through this program, the things we are worr about will not happen,” said the Regent.
Also attending the event at that time were the Regent of Indragiri Hilir Regency, HM Wardan, the Head of the Indragiri Hilir District Attorney, Assistant for Government and People’s Welfare of the Indragiri Hilir Regional Secretariat, Secretary of the Community and Village Empowerment Service, and a number of other Echelon Officials.