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KPK Turns to Police to Send Setnov`s Aide for Questioning

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) sought help to National Police to summon Setya Novanto’s aide Reza Pahlevi. KPK spokesperson Febri Diansyah claimed that KPK has sent a letter of request to National Police chief and Police’s head of Profession and Internal Security division (Kadiv Propam).

It is because the aide is a Police officer,” Febri said on Saturday (13/1).

Febri explained that Reza will be questioned as a witness for two suspects of obstruction of justice (OJ) in Setya Novanto’s caseThe two suspects are former Setnov’s lawyer Fredrich and Internist Bimanesh Sutarjo.

Febri said that Reza did not show up in the investigation scheduled on Wednesday (10/1)As a result, KPK investigators summoned him again for questioning on Monday (15/1).

KPK requires information from Reza in his capacity as an aide when Setya got into an accident since he was in the car with Setya.

In addition, Reza is banned to travel overseas by KPK since Desember 8, 2017.

LANI DIANA WIJAYA

 



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