2 KPK Employees Resign Following Febri Diansyah's Exit

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  • TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Following the resignation of Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) spokesperson Febri Diansyah, two more employees of the anti-graft commission have reportedly filed their resignation letter. 

    According to Tempo’s sources, the two are Putri Rahayu and Indra Mantong, with the former acting as the institution’s network development department while the latter is KPK’s legal bureau employee. Both are said to have filed for resignation on September 30.

    KPK acting-spokesperson Ali Fikri said to Tempo that he will need to confirm this information but had not replied to Tempo’s request at the time this news was published. “I must check that information first,” said Ali on Wednesday.

    Febri Diansyah on Thursday, October 1, uploaded a picture of him with Indra Mantong in his Instagram feed which was accompanied with the caption that reads “[He’s] worked for KPK for over 14 years.”

    Febri Diansyah’s resignation from KPK grabbed public attention as he claims was driven by the numerous changes within the agency from what is believed to have been caused by the introduction of the revised KPK Law.

    Read also: Febri Diansyah Steps Down from KPK

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