Supreme Court Incriminates Punishment of Andi Narogong to Become 11 Years

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, April 21 2018 - 13:30 IWST

Andi Narogong alias Andi Agustinus (Foto Ist)
Andi Narogong alias Andi Agustinus (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Amar Supreme Court (MA) ruling states to aggravate the imprisonment for convicted cases of electronic ID card project, Andi Agustinus alias Andi Narogong to 11 years.

"Yes, the relevant party is proven to commit a criminal act of corruption together, it is all contained in the verdict," said Chief of Law and Public Relations Bureau MA Abdullah when contacted by media crews in Jakarta, Friday (20/4/2018).

The Constitutional Court's verdict aggravates Andi's prison sentence which was originally terminated by eight years in prison by the Jakarta High Court in accordance with the request of the public prosecutor through the KPK.

In addition to increasing the imprisonment to eleven years, the Supreme Court also imposed penalties to Andi amounting to one billion rupiah, provided that if the fine is not paid will be replaced with imprisonment for six months.

In the verdict Andi was also required to pay additional criminal in the form of a replacement payment of US $ 2.5 million plus 350 thousand US dollars, no later than one month after the decision obtained a permanent legal force.

If within that time the fine is not paid by Andi, then Andi's property will be seized by the prosecutor and auctioned off to cover the replacement money.

However, if it turns out Andi as a convict does not have enough property to pay the money, then he will be sentenced to prison for three years.

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