TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) questions Setya Novanto's daughter, Dwina Michaella, in the follow up of the e-KTP corruption case. Dwina is questioned on August 28 as a witness for suspect Paulus Tannos.
KPK spokesman Febri Diansyah said on Wednesday that Dwina is inquired as a former commissioner of PT Murakabi Sejahtera. Murakabi is one of the companies included in the consortium of the State General Printing Company of the Republic of Indonesia. The consortium won the e-KTP project bid.
Tannos is one of four new suspects in the e-KTP case. The KPK believes Tannos and other parties have arranged for the company to win the e-KTP project auction.
Tannor is also accused of arranging a five-percent fee and the scheme to pay that fee to several members of the DPR and officials of the Home Affairs Ministry. The company Tannos owns is said to have profited Rp145.85 billion from the affair. Tannos now resides in Singapore.
Tannos was named a suspect along with three other people: Miryam S. Haryani, Husni Fahmi, and Isnu Edhi Wijaya.