TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government cooperates with auditors or external auditors from the private sector to audit the implementation of Formula E Jakarta which has been held on June 4, 2022.
“For Formula E, there is a special audit, which is ongoing,” said DKI Regional-Owned Enterprises (BP BUMD) Supervisory Agency, Budi Purnama, as quoted from Antara, Friday, June 17, 2022.
Budi explained that the audit process is estimated to be completed in about 1.5 months or is targeted for completion in mid-July.
Formula E will be audited by KAP and BPK
The audit process for Formula E Jakarta will be carried out in stages, not just once. After the external audit from the private sector is completed, Budi Purnama said the audit will be carried out again by an independent auditor from the Public Accounting Firm (KAP) and then an audit from the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK).
“For example (external auditors) have finished, KAP enters, then BPK enters,” he said.
The completion of the electric car race did not dampen a number of politicians, especially the PDIP, to question the implementation of Formula E in Jakarta.
PDI-P again rolls out interpellation rights
Some of them even re-echoed the right to ask local governments for information or to make interpellations about the use of the budget in Formula E.
Furthermore, PDIP continues to roll out interpellation rights