BONSERNEWS.com – Head of the Pancasila Ideology Development Agency (BPIP) Yudian Wahyudi attends an anti-money politics campaign with the theme ‘Hajar Serangan Fajar’ at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) building, South Jakarta.
The head of the BPIP, who has served two terms, emphasized that the act of money politics is a dishonorable and even disgraceful value, so it is not in accordance with Pancasila values.
“This movement is very good and strategic, to prevent things that are not in accordance with Pancasila values,” he said, Friday 14 July 2023.
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Yudian also said that money politics is part of corruption that does not educate the public.
“This movement is our joint effort, working together in preventing corruption as a common enemy,” he explained.
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This movement, which involves the younger generation and other components of society, is also considered part of Pancasila in Action (Pancasila in Action) ahead of the 2024 General Elections.
“This movement is also part of the Pancasila movement in action, which is carried out by components of society, especially the younger generation,” he explained.
Yudian emphasized to the candidates participating in the election from all political parties, both candidates from regional to central legislatures, regional heads to the president to maintain integrity without money politics and prioritize Pancasila values.
“Well, we hope this democratic party is very safe, comfortable and orderly and not tainted by money politics,” he said.
Meanwhile, KPK Chairman Komjen Pol Firli Bahuri, MSi expressed his gratitude and appreciation to BPIP. This is because BPIP continues to assist the KPK in fostering the Pancasila Ideology for the community, especially the younger generation.
“We thank BPIP for always accompanying the KPK because KPK cannot be separated from the values of Pancasila,” he said.
According to Firli, in order to realize the goals of the state, all parties must play a fair role in preventing and eradicating corruption from the smallest detail. He even mentioned 4 things that are still a problem for the Indonesian state, including nature and non-nature, narcotics, terrorism, radicalism and corruption.
“Let’s work together to stop this problem in various ways such as providing political education with integrity politics,” said Firli.