Revealed, YP Officials Ministry of Finance Suspected Accept Various Deposits Money

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, May 06 2018 - 09:00 IWST

Ketua KPK Agus Rahardjo (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)
Ketua KPK Agus Rahardjo (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Chairman of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Agus Rahardjo said the Ministry of Finance official YP initials has been monitored related to budget management in the region.
"Related to the AMS (Amin Santono) is indeed Rp400 million, well for YP (Yaya Purnomo) that we observe for a long time, so many people who give, there will be one case of OTT before this hopefully also very closely linked," said Chairman KPK Agus Rahardjo in a press conference at the KPK building in Jakarta on Saturday (5/5/2018)
In this case, Yaya Purnomo was named a bribe suspect along with members of Commission XI DPR from the Democratic Party faction Amin Santono and an intermediary from private Eka Kamaluddin. The bribe comes from a collector who is also a project contractor, Ahmad Ghiasti.
Amin received a bribe of Rp400 million provided in cash while Eka as an intermediary earned Rp100 million through transfer.
However, in the Operation Capture (OTT) on Friday (4/5), KPK also secured gold bullion and money in rupiah and foreign currency that is precious metal weighing 1.9 kilograms; Rp 1.844 billion including Rp400 million secured at the OTT location in restaurants in Halim Perdanakusumah area; as well as money in foreign currency 63 thousand Singapore dollars and 12,500 US dollars.
"The money (beyond Rp400 million) was found in YP's brother's apartment, because the person receiving the $ 100 from the area was changed to a precious metal.Whoever gives us the data, it will be dug further, hopefully will be found, "said Agus.
The KPK has conducted a series of case investigations since December 2017 after receiving information from the public.
"After that December we observed friends in the ministry and then there was a collector of two areas which we then went outside the OTT today, so (money) is through the collectors and directly, so this is about some areas, there are some districts and cities, so this is still growing but we can not detail any areas, "explained Vice Chairman of KPK Saut Situmorang.
The KPK is also studying whether the Rp400 million received by Amin is also linked to the nomination of Amin's son, Yosa Octora Santono, in the 2018 Kuningan district election.
"We also need to explore whether for pembiyaan child, it is not clear but we will dii.Usually if it is in the concerned offer so 'justice collaborator' will be more open info," said Agus as reported by Antara.
Article alleged to Amin, Eka and Yaya is article 12 letter a or letter b or Article 11 of Law No. 31 Year 1999 which amended by Law No. 20 Year 2001 concerning the Eradication of Corruption in Article 55 paragraph (1) of the Criminal Code.
The Article governs the civil servant or the organizer of the country receiving the prize, whereas it is known or reasonably suspected that the prize is given as a result or caused by having done or not doing something in his / her position against his / her obligation with a minimum of 4 years imprisonment and a maximum of 20 years imprisonment and a fine of at least Rp200 million and a maximum of Rp 1 billion.
While Ahmad denominated article 5 paragraph 1 a or a letter b or article 13 of Law no. 31 of 1999 as amended by Law No. 20 Year 2001 on Corruption Eradication of Corruption Article 55 paragraph 1 to-1 jo Criminal Code.
The article regulates the person giving something to a civil servant or a state organizer with the intention that the civil servant or the organizer of the state does or does not do anything in his or her position, which is contrary to his obligation under penalty of at least 1 year in prison and a maximum of 5 years in prison and a fine at least Rp50 million and at most Rp250 million.

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