Commission III-KPK, Police, Attorney General Discuss Corruption Handling

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, October 16 2017 - 18:00 IWST

Ketua Komisi III DPR RI Bambang Soesatyo. (Foto: Bamsoet.com)
Ketua Komisi III DPR RI Bambang Soesatyo. (Foto: Bamsoet.com)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The House of Representatives Commission III will hold a coordination meeting with the leadership of the KPK, Chief of Police and the Attorney General on Monday, related to the handling of corruption, so that the eradication of corruption does not cause noise, but must be tangible results.

"The agenda of coordination meetings between law enforcers and law enforcement agencies over the past 15 years of the Corruption Eradication Commission has not seen any significant progress in suppressing corrective behavior, and even more massive," said House Commission III Chairman Bambang Soesatyo in Jakarta on Monday (16/10 / 2017)

Meanwhile, related to the one-stop prosecution plan with the Corruption Densus, actually not exactly so that is meant by the Chief of Police.

He believes that prosecutors are not included in one prosecution like KPK, but it is sufficient to use the Special Task Force (Satgasus) for the prosecution of selected prosecutors to handle cases from the Police Corruption Densus.

"Therefore, it is not necessary that the new law and budget related issues will be no problem because the House of Representatives Commission III has approved it." The Corruption Court is important, so that KPK will focus more on the handling of large corruption cases that cannot be handled by the Police and the Attorney General Office," he said.

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