AGO Questions Securities Firms CEOs as Witnesses in BPJS Ketenagakerjaan Case

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  • TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Attorney General's Office questioned the directors of three securities companies about the alleged corruption implicating BPJS Ketenagakerjaan yesterday, February 23. The three CEOs are questioned as witnesses.

    The AGO's head of Legal Information Center, Leonard Eben Ezer Simanjuntak, said that the witnesses questioned are WW, the managing director of PT Samuel Sekuritas; KL, the director of Samuel Sekuritas Indonesia; and SH as the director of Indopremier Investment Management.

    Leonard said the witness examination is aimed at searching for legal facts and gathering evidence about the suspected corruption.

    Furthermore, Leonard said that the witnesses' statements would serve as a guide for investigators to determine the suspects.

    The AGO said that an unrealized loss of Rp20 trillion has been discovered at BPJS Ketenagakerjaan. They are currently still investigating the case.

    Andita Rahma