DPD Restoration a Priority
JAKARTA, KOMPAS – Ensuring the future of the Regional Representatives Council (DPD) as a state institution should be the top priority of its members. Consequently, its two leadership factions, namely the one comprising Oesman Sapta, Nono Sampono and Darmayanti Lubis and another comprising GKR Hemas and Farouk Muhammad, should let go of their respective egos and start communicating with each other.
This is necessary as the presence of the two factions at the DPD may potentially undermine its importance. This was evident in the preparations for the first plenary meeting of the new DPD session and the reading of the results of a Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) inspection, both of which took place on Monday (10/4).
Due to the presence of two leadership factions, separate DPD deliberation committee meetings were held by each faction to prepare for the plenary session.