TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Indonesian police (Polri) said that they will hold the case presentation of Djoko Tjandra's Interpol red notice status lift, this weekend. During the case presentation, the police will bring in all elements of the case including the suspects, witnesses, evidence, as well as legal representatives.
"This weekend," the Indonesian Police's Criminal Investigation Division chief, Comr. Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo, said on Tuesday, August 11.
Listyo previously said the police will invite the KPK to hold the case presentation for determining the suspects, in the case of alleged bribery and gratification for the lifting of Djoko Tjandra's red notice.
The lift of red notice against Djoko Tjandra was discovered after he was able to enter Indonesia, undetected, to file for an appeal to the South Jakarta District Court.
The case implicates a number of big names, including Brig. Gen. Nugroho Slamet Wibowo. As National Secretary of the Indonesian Central Bureau of Interpol, Nugroho sent a letter to Immigration on May 5, 2020, stating that the red notice against Djoko Tjandra was no longer available in Interpol's database.
Following the case's development, Chief of Police Gen. Idham Azis has dismissed Nugroho from his position. The police also fired Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte, head of International Relations, for failing to supervise his subordinates.