Event: Subnational Leaders’ Roundtable on Open Government

Bojonegoro: Open and Participative Governance in Reducing Poverty

14 December 2017
Author / Speaker: 
Suyoto Ngartep Mustajab, Government of Indonesia
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From a very poor, constantly flooded regency with chronically corrupt local government, the Indonesian regency of Bojonegoro became one of the most admired subnational governments not only in Indonesia but also globally. Achieving this required a lot of effort not only on the part of the regent but also of the whole local bureaucracy.

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