*Sudah ada purnawiran yang duduk dalam direksi BUMN. Kalau serrdadu TNI
disuruh baris-baris belok kiri kanan tiap hari tidak produkstif, jadi lebih
bagus dan sangat menguntungkan jika mereka disusuh bikin jembatan,
bangunan, bikin jalan raya dsb. Gaji mereka dibayar oleh kementrian
pertahanan, jadi kalau mereka beberja pada perusahaan swasta sangat
memperbesar labanya, lebih-lebih lagi kalau perusahaan sawasta dimiliki
oleh purnawirawan. Kata orang itu win-win bagi semua yang ikut.*
State-owned enterprises, TNI sign MoU on infrastructure development
Reporter: antara 18 hours ago
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Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The State-Owned Enterprises Ministry and The
Indonesian Military (TNI) have agreed to establish cooperation to
accelerate infrastructure development.
The agreement was marked by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding
(MoU) between State-Owned Enterprises Minister Rini M. Soemarno and TNI
Commander Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto in Cilangkap, Jakarta, on Monday.
Soemarno explained that the cooperation was a form of synergy between the
Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises and the TNI for the implementation of
their respective duties and functions.
The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises and the TNI utilized human
resources (HR), education, training, and others.
"The TNI will support the tasks and functions of the Ministry of
State-Owned Enterprises as an agent of development," he stated.
Meanwhile, Tjahjanto welcomed the cooperation.
"It is a good step between the two parties to optimize their respective
resources, which have never been utilized by both institutions," he
The ministry will increase the acceleration of the provision of social
infrastructures and public facilities, namely home and school renovation,
basic infrastructure, roads, or bridges, for the community.
The cooperation is expected to accelerate infrastructure development for
the progress of Indonesia.
Both sides will implement the agreement in accordance with the duties and
"The partnership will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of
legislation," the minister revealed.
The agreement will last for five years and will be evaluated for the next