This unnatural wealth arrangement can be a reflection of the fact that many public officials have wealth that is outside the logic of their legal income. Considering they are public officials who have assets that exceed the logic of monthly salaries and other income from the state. It seems that it will not be able to be equated with all the results of the calculation of assets or assets owned. In a simple calculation, salaries, allowances, and legitimate income received by state officials (state officials/civil servants) tend to have a minus value if they are substituted for all assets or assets owned. This gives rise to speculation that the property or wealth received was obtained in ways that are not lawful or against the law.
In other words, most likely, the property or wealth was obtained from a criminal act. More specifically, for example, assets or assets that are stored are part or effects of corruption or money laundering. Based on that, the obligation of the State of Indonesia to make strong efforts must be interpreted as an obligation at the level of mandatory in order to regulate unnatural wealth (Illicit Enrichment) into a criminal act which is regulated in a legal product at the level of a law.
This study is also intended to make recommendations on whether or not to regulate unfair assets in the formulation of corruption offenses against the revision of the Anti-Corruption Law in the future.