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Setya Novanto to be Handed Over to Prosecutors

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has declared that the dossier of a suspect in the electronic ID cards (e-KTP) graft case, Setya Novanto, is complete and can now be handed over to the Corruption Court.

“Hereafter, the formal hand over of the suspect and dossier from investigators to public prosecutors will be processed further,” KPK spokesman Priharsa Nugraha said.

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Setya Novanto yesterday came to the KPK building in Jakarta and left at 20:51 pm local time. The Speaker of the House of Representatives (DPR) did not speak to reporters who tried to interview him.

Earlier, Setya’s defense lawyer Fredrich Yunadi said that the KPK forced his client to come to discuss the dossier. The lawyer said that did not accompany his client due to a prior commitment.

Setya Novanto was named a suspect for the second time in the same case on November 10.




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