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Golkar Party chairman, Setya Novanto. TEMPO/Yohanes Paskalis
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Setya Novanto Named as Suspect by KPK, Again

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - House of Representatives (DPR) Speaker Setya Novanto has yet to decide whether he would file for a pretrial following his recent suspect naming in the e-KTP graft case.

“No, not yet, I haven’t thought about filing for a retrial. I had just received the letter,” said Setya Novanto at the Golkar Party office on Sunday, November 12.

The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) had once again named Setya Novanto as a suspect of the electronic identity card or e-KTP corruption on November 10. This is the second suspect naming against Setya after he dodged the first one by submitting a pretrial.

Setya revealed that he is currently studying the case together with his lawyer. “I am currently studying it. The person that really knows why this has happened again is my lawyer, why I was named as a Suspect even though I won the pretrial,” he said.

Moments after KPK announced Setya Novanto’s suspect naming on Friday. Setya Novanto’s lawyer Fredrich Yunadi said that he will once again submit a pretrial and will report KPK to the police for violating the pretrial decision. “We have conducted an internal meeting, we have postponed [pretrial option]. We will concentrate on the criminal offense,” said Fredrich.

 

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