Women Have Important Roles to Prevent Corruptive Behavior
By : Dina Astria And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, March 09 2018 - 16:00 IWST
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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Minister of Religious Lukman Hakim Saifuddin said women's power is extraordinary in preventing corrupt attitudes and behaviors in the family environment.
"The strength of women is on its tenderness to teach awareness to all family members about the dangers of corruption," said the Minister of Law when opening the Socialization of Corruption Prevention Program Training of Trainers (ToT) in Jakarta, Thursday, quoted from the press release.
In an activity that takes the theme of "Prevention of Family-Based Corruption", the Minister emphasized the importance of raising that awareness. Awareness factor is an important capital to keep away the culture of corruption since it is in the smallest neighborhood, the family.
"Because, however, corruption actually brings harm not only to us, but also to other people, which is totally forbidden by any religion," explained Lukman.
Minister of Religious also had a dialogue with the people and about the origin of the triggers of corruption. From various argumentative arguments of participants, the Minister of Man underlined in addition to external factors in the form of a system that provokes corruption, internal factors that are not less important is the inability to control the passing lust of the world.
"Life to finance lifestyles and prestige while income will never be enough to cover lifestyles There is a prestige as if the wife of a slang official is a socialite There is a lifestyle demands The wife of a coffee official in a fancy class cafe If you do not have a qanaah you will feel less in life and ultimately must be corruption," he said.
He also invites all participants who are wives of officials in the Ministry of Religious Affairs (Kemenag) to be the front guard to prevent corruption. The strategic role of women is believed to be able to maximize the sector, let alone the role of family-based.
"We are making history for future generations in order to have awareness of corruption, as I am grateful and appreciate the innovation of anti-corruption movement movement," he explained.
Vice Chairman of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Basaria Panjaitan reminded that the fight against corruption is not only the task of KPK, but the task of all parties, including women and mothers.