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Graft suspect Southeast Sulawesi Governor, Nur Alam (center--orange vest). Image: TEMPO/Eko Siswono Toyudho
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KPK Detains SE Sulawesi Governor Nur Alam for Alleged Bribery

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) detained Southeast Sulawesi Governor Nur Alam yesterday. Nur Alam has been named as a suspect for allegedly receiving bribe over mining permit in Southeast Sulawesi.

"KPK will detain suspect NA [Nur Alam] for the next 20 days starting today," KPK spokesman Febri Diansyah said yesterday.

Read: KPK to Consolidate Steps for Investigation of Nur Alam Case

Febri said that Nur Alam is being detained at State Detention House KPK branch in East Jakarta.

KPK named Nur Alam a suspect for allegedly receiving bribe over mining permit in Southeast Sulawesi for 2009-2014 term. He allegedly misused his authority to issue a mining permit to PT Anugerah Harisma Barakah.

Read: KPK Probes Energy Ministry Official over Nur Alam Graft Case

The bribery practice was revealed in a report published by the Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) in 2013. The report said that Nur Alam allegedly took US$4.5 million or equal to Rp50 billion from Richcorp International.

Having been named as a suspect in August 2016, Nur Alam has yet to be dismissed from his governor post.

 

MAYA AYU PUSPITASARI

 



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