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Sunday, 28 May, 2017 | 09:10 WIB
KPK Names 4 Suspects in BPK Bribery Case

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) named 4 people as suspects in case of alleged grafts of Village, Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration Ministry’s financial audit report by Supreme Audit Agency (BPK). The bribe was given so that BPK could issue reasonable without exception (WTP)—the best audit level—to the ministry’s 2016 budget report.

"KPK raised the status to investigation and named four suspects with the initials SUG, JBP, RS, and ALS," KPK deputy chairman Laode said in KPK Building on Saturday (28/5).

In this case, Laode explained that SUG holds a position as General Inspector in the ministry. Meanwhile, JBP is an echelon level III official of the ministry, RS is an echelon Level 1 official of BPK, and ALS BPK’s auditor.

KPK investigators arrested the four suspects in sting operation held in two locationson Friday(26/5). Three suspects JBP, RS, and ALS were arrested first in BPK meeting and then SUG was arrested in the ministry’s office. "SUG gave the bribe in this case," Laode added.

Laode further said that SUG and JBP will be charged under corruption law and as bribe or gift provider they will be sentenced to 5 years of imprisonment.

As officials receiving bribe, RS and ALS will be snetenced up to 20 years of imprisonment.

ISTMAN M.P.

 



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