Tuesday, 21 May 2013 | 17:13
The project is expected to enhance disaster response capability of ASEAN and its
member states and develop the AHA Center as a regional hub.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 | 16:53
The Indonesian Ambassador to Australia considers the Australian
media to be biased when reporting news about Papua.
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Did the KPK Wiretap a Suspect in the Quran Graft Case?
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:Coordinator of Investigation and Advocacy for Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency (Fitra), Uchok Sky Khadafi, strongly suspects that Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has tapped the communication device of the House’s member Zulkarnaen Djabar.
He believes that the wiretap must be the reason for the KPK to name Zulkarnaen a suspect in the corruption case over the Quran procurement project at the Religious Affairs Ministry. “I think he was wiretapped,” said Uchok on Monday, July 2.
Zulkarnaen Djabar is a member of commission VIII at the House of Representatives (DPR) from the fraction of Golkar. He was named suspect together with his son Dendy Prasetya. Dendy is a director of PT Sinergi Alam Indonesia who won the tender in the Quran procurement project worth Rp55 billion. The case may involve other member from Golkar. KPK has the record of the conversation between Dendy and administrator from Golkar’s Department for Decentralization and Regional Development, Fahd A. Rafiq.