MAKASSAR, KOMPAS.com – international stadium built by the Government of South Sulawesi Province in Barombong Village, Tamalate Sub-District, Makassar City, collapsed on Saturday (2/12/2017). In fact, the building has not been unveiled.
The stadium was built since 2011 and until now has not been completed. Construction of the stadium continues to be encouraged to meet the inauguration target in 2018.
The collapse of some buildings in the southern stands adjacent to the eastern tribune newly known journalist on Sunday (3/12/2017).
KOMPAS.com / Hendra Cipto International stadium in Barombong Village, Tamalate Sub-district, Makassar City that collapsed, Saturday (02/12/2017). Until now there is no authorized officials who can be contacted. Journalists were briefly prevented from taking pictures.
"Said Mrs. Kadispora, do not have journalists who are allowed to take pictures if he is not there Wait mi Ibu Kadispora come, that's the message he, I just run the duty No sir victim Pak in the incident, and it is common as this, said the stadium guards who were reluctant to name his identity.
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KOMPAS.com / Hendra Cipto International stadium in Barombong Village, Tamalate Sub-district, Makassar City collapsed on Saturday (2/12/2017).
Known, the construction of this international stadium took hundreds of billions of rupiah. The government of South Sulawesi received funding from the state budget of Rp 14.5 billion in 2011.
Then in 2012, the central government again poured funds Rp 10.5 billion for trajectory, landfill or reclamation, and grass planting.
KOMPAS.com / Hendra Cipto International stadium in Barombong Village, Tamalate Sub-district, Makassar City collapsed on Saturday (2/12/2017). In 2013, the Government of South Sulawesi budgeted Rp 3 billion from APBD for design and accessory field. Then again budgeted in the APBD of Rp 20 billion and APBN Rp 17 billion for the work of the east tribune.
Furthermore, as much as Rp 20 billion was disbursed by the South Sulawesi government in 2015, and in 2016 disbursed another Rp 17 billion.Finally, in 2017 the government again budgeted Rp 95 billion from APBD 2017. Total funds for the construction of the stadium in Makassar is around Rp 330 billion.
KOMPAS.com/Hendra Cipto The construction of an international stadium in Barombong Village, Tamalate Sub-District, Makassar City. Some of the tribune collapsed.