KPK Collects Evidences of Corruption in Bekasi Schools' Toilet Construction

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    Illustration of school construction. Photo: ANTARA FOTO/Ahmad Subaidi

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission or KPK is currently collecting evidences against the alleged corruption of toilet construction in several schools in Bekasi, West Java. KPK issued a search warrant.

    "We have issued a search warrant for verification and clarification of the suspected parties," claimed Deputy of KPK Alexander at KPK Building on Tuesday, October 26 2021. KPK had invited suspects to be questioned regarding the alleged corruption.

    "Clarified, so it's not yet on behalf of justice," he said. So far, no suspects had been identified. "Due to the lack of evidence, we won't disclose any information." This case is now handled by the KPK after many incoming reports from citizens.

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