KPK Building, Workers to Have Salary Cut
“This fundraising is not the will of KPK but of the people."
VIVAnews – A fundraising launched to promote the construction of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)’s new building has turned into a national movement.
In Solo, Central Java, workers under the Indonesian Prosperity Labor Union (SBSI) 1992 are collecting money for purpose. In fact, they are willing to get salary cut.
Chairman of SBSI 1992 Surakarta, Suharno, said the action is a considered form of political support over KPK.
“The workers are upset of the House of Representatives which has earlier disapproved budget allocation for KPK’s new building,” he said from Solo, on Thursday.
“This fundraising is not the will of KPK but of the people. We will donate the workers’ salary cut for the fundraising,” he said.
The workers' fundraising has yet to be organized in national level.
Earlier, a fundraising has also been carried out by the Indonesian Hawkers Association (PPKLI). Last Monday, they donated Rp1 million.
Secretary General of PPKLI, Junaedi Sitorus, said the organization along with 54 million hawkers in Indonesia will collect fund.
“We will donate Rp1,000 per hawker for three days. The concept will be implemented by 1 July 2012,” he said.
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