SEMARANG, AYOSEMARANG.COM — The official clothes of the Tangerang City DPRD members are made from Louis Vuitton brand fabric.
The budget for the official clothes of the Tangerang City DPRD members made from Louis Vuitton brand cloth has increased 2 times.
The budget for the official clothes of the Tangerang City DPRD members made from Louis Vuitton brand cloth from Rp. 312.5 million rose to Rp. 675 million.
Quoting Suara.com, this was confirmed by the Procurement of Clothing Materials for the Tangerang City DPRD Secretariat, Hadi Sudibjo, ULP Working Group.
The clothing materials that will be used are Louis Vuitton for daily service wear (PDH).
Then Lanificio Di Calvino for official civil wear (PSR).
Theodoro for daily civilian wear (PSH).
Another one from Thomas Crown for full civilian wear (PSL).
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“Yes, that’s right, there are four ingredients, one of which is Louis Vuitton,” said Hadi, Tuesday, August 10, 2021.
The specification of the material is determined by the commitment making official (PPK).
Then they asked to be tendered.
“We evaluate the results according to or not in accordance with what is desired (PPK). After that, we will look for material providers through an auction process,” he explained.
If the procurement of clothing for the Tangerang City DPRD was followed by four companies.
The winning results were determined on July 21, 2021, won by CV Adhi Prima Sentosa.
“Until the winner is finally determined, namely CV Adhi Prima Sentosa. Then, we submit the results of the tender to the PPK team,” he said.
Tangerang City DPRD secretary, Agus Sugiyono said that he did not know the material specifications of the official clothes that the representatives of the people would wear.
“I don’t know, I don’t know the specifications or the material of the clothes and the price of the clothes,” he said.
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