JAKARTA (Antara) – The Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing will report to President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) on the results of the ongoing audit of the Kanjurhan Stadium once the investigation is completed, a ministry official said.
“The audit report is part of our steps to improve the security of the stadium and the reliability of its construction,” said Riono Suprapto, executive director of the ministry’s Human Settlements Directorate, at a press conference on Thursday. did.
The ministry’s technical assessment team is working on an audit of the Khanjurhan stadium last week, he said.
The team has researched and tested various aspects of the stadium to ensure a comprehensive audit, which will serve as a reference for other stadium audits, he added.
Public Works and Public Housing Minister Baschi Hadimuljono is currently in Malang to monitor the audit process, he said.
“The minister will preside over the next day or two for the evaluation,” Suprapto added.
He expressed hope that the ministry’s audit report will serve as a catalyst for stadium improvement in Indonesia.
“So all future Indonesian stadiums will be safe and comfortable, and we will be able to enjoy all matches organized by the PSSI (Indonesian Football Association), either Liga 1 or other events,” he said. said.
Meanwhile, PSSI President Mochamad Iliawan said that improvements to the safety and security of the Khanjurhan Stadium will be made in consultation with FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
In addition to FIFA’s lead stadium safety and security consultant, Serge Dumotier, AFC Chief of Safety and Security Brian Johnson, and Deputy Chief of the AFC Safety and Security Task Force Del Akbar Khan. He added that he will also support the reform of Indonesia’s national football.
“We are receiving a lot of comprehensive information. God willing and with constant support, our football will be better,” said Iliawan.
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