Tuesday, 21 May 2013 | 09:16
Called the Jakarta Interbank Dollar Spot Rate (Jisdor), the spot rate will announce
the day's currency rate at 10:00 am every week day.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 | 08:35
The Second General Assembly of The Chairman Centrist Asia Pasific Democrats
International was opened in Makassar, Monday, May 20.
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KPK Urged to Investigate Djoko Susilo
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:Graft Law expert from Padjajaran University Romli Atmasasmita, says that the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) should focus on investigating the role of Insp. Gen. Djoko Susilo in the driver’s license simulator provision scandal.
According to Romli, both the police and the antigraft commission are looking at the matter as a way to settle the case.
Police are investigating the scandal by declaring five suspects: commitment maker Brig. Gen. Didik Poernomo, auction committee Adj. Sr. Comr. Teddy Rusmawan, Traffic Police division treasurer Comr. Legimo, IT companies Citra Mandiri Metalindo and its CEO Budi Susanto, and Inovasi Teknologi Indonesia CEO Sukotjo Bambang.
“If the case files are considered complete by prosecutors, the KPK will not be able to prosecute the same suspects,” said Romli on Wednesday, September 19.
Didik, Budi, Sukotjo and Djoko Susilo are being questioned in regard to the scandal. Romli suggested that the KPK focus on investigating Djoko Susilo’s role because he was the one who allegedly received the bribe related to the project.
Romli added that Djoko played a major part in the case. “The KPK can request the National Police to present other suspects as witnesses against Djoko,” said the former Justice Ministry’s director general of legal administration, who was indicted for graft in a project involving an administration service system for legal institutions.