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Lawyer: Rizieq`s Dossier Received by Prosecutors
Friday, 12 May, 2017 | 18:30 WIB
Lawyer: Rizieq`s Dossier Received by Prosecutors

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The legal team of Islamic Defender Front (FPI) leader Rizieq Shihab on Friday, May 12, 2017, came to the West Java Prosecutor’s Office to ensure that the institution has received the dossier of insult of Pancasila and defamation against former President Soekarno.

“The prosecutor’s office has confirmed that the dossier was received on May 2,” Rizieq’s lawyer Kiagus Choiri said in Bandung, West Java, today.

Kiagus hopes that the prosecutor’s office will handle the case objectively and professionally.

“The team has been formed. It seems that there will be a case presentation. However, it’s a technical matter and we don’t have the right to ask about it,” he explained.

Kiagus expressed his disappointment over West Java Police’s failure to notify his team related to the dossier. However, Kiagus said that he will wait for the results of the dossier examination.

West Java Prosecutor’s Office spokesperson Raymond Ali said that his institution is still examining Rizieq’s dossier.

“The dossier is currently being examined by prosecutors. We’re checking the completion of formal and material requirements. If the dossier is complete, then it will be declared complete. If it’s still missing some requirements, the public prosecutor will notify the investigator,” Raymond said.

According to Raymond, the dossier examination will be completed in the next two weeks before being handed over to the Bandung District Court.

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