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Hartati Accuses Her Staffer of Bribery
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:Conglomerate Siti Hartati Murdaya, a bribery suspect in the case involving Buol Regent Amran Batalipu, has accused her staffer Totok Lestiyo of being the mastermind of the bribery scandal.
Totok, CEO of the plantation company Hardaya Inti Plantation owned by Hartati, has been accused of making arrangements for Regent Amran’s bribery.
“He committed embezzlement, took the company’s money, and gave it to an outsider,” said Hartati after being questioned as a suspect at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) for five hours on Wednesday, September 19.
Hartati said Totok’s actions had harmed her company’s reputation. “Obviously, I have become a victim,” said Hartati.