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KPK Investigate Corporate Graft in Relation to E-KTP Project

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chief Laode Muhammad Syarif said that special investigators will investigate alleged corporate graft in relation to the electronic ID card (e-KTP) project. The KPK will form a team to probe individuals involved in the Rp5.9 trillion project. “We observe that companies had a major role and made a lot of money,” Laode said in Jakarta on Friday.

KPK has so far charged five individuals in the e-KTP graft case: two former home affairs ministry officials Irman and Sugiharto, the House of Representatives (DPR) Speaker Setya Novanto, DPR member Markus Nari and businessman Andi Agustinus alias Andi Narogong. The KPK has yet to name any suspect from the Indonesian Government Printing Office (PNRI) consortium, the winning bidder.

Read: E-KTP Graft: KPK Names Markus Nari Fifth Suspect

In the hearing session of Irman and Sugiharto, judge Ansyori Syaifuddin revealed the role of the consortium that caused Rp2.3 trillion in state losses. The judge found the consortium guilty of receiving a full payment from the government despite the lack of completion of several works, including the personalization and distribution of 27.4 million blank forms.

Judge Anwar also revealed alleged bribery in the e-KTP project implicating consortium members. According to him, as of late December 2013, the government had paid the consortium Rp4.917 trillion. However, it was proven that roughly 2-3 percent of the amount was transferred to the management account and the consortium. Money was also sent to consortium members that not for the e-KTP project purposes. “PNRI received Rp107.710 billion, PT Sandipala Artha Putra got Rp145.851 billion, Rp3.415 billion for PT LEN Industry, Rp8.231 billion for PT Sucofindo, Rp79 billion for PT Quadra Solution,” Anwar said.

The KPK spokesman Febri Diansyah said that investigation into alleged money transfer to consortium officials is ongoing.

Former PNRI CEO Isnu Edhi Wiaya did not immediately respond to requests for comment. In a trial session on May 4, Isnu confirmed the arrangement of an addendum that allowed the consortium to continue being paid despite failing to complete the works agreed in the project. That includes the attempt to name PNRI consortium the winning bidder. Isnu had denied allegations about money transfer to consortium members related to the e-KTP graft case.

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