KPK Cannot Get TSK Irwandi Yusuf Refund Process

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, September 07 2018 - 12:00 IWST

Gedung KPK (Foto Ist)
Gedung KPK (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) said it could not process the gratuity mechanism related to the Rp.39 million refunds from the Aceh Governor inactive, Irwandi Yusuf to KPK investigators.

For information, the KPK has set Irwandi Yusuf (IY) as a suspect in bribery cases for the allocation and distribution of the Aceh Special Autonomy Fund (DOKA) for the 2018 Fiscal Year in Aceh Province.

KPK Spokesman Fei Diansyah in Jakarta, Thursday (6/9/2018) stated that Irwandi through his attorney reported the receipt to the KPK's directorate of gratuity totaling Rp.39 million on July 11, 2018 or eight days since the KPK conducted an arrest in Aceh.

"After carrying out the analysis, referring to the KPK Regulation No. 2 of 2014, the KPK issued a letter dated August 14 2018 which essentially cannot be processed in the gratification reporting mechanism because currently the case handling process is being carried out where IY is one of the suspects there , "said Fei.

Fei stated that the letter had been submitted to Irwandi through his attorney.

"The Rp. 39 million was then confiscated by the investigator for the purposes of handling cases," Fei said.

He also reminded all officials to report gratuity from the beginning, namely within a maximum of 30 working days, and not just reported when it was processed legally.

"This is important because one of the things that is appreciated in the mechanism of gratification reporting is willingness and honesty to report acceptance of gratuities even though it has not been known by other parties, it has never been examined by internal supervisors or law enforcers," he said.

Previously, Irwandi claimed to have returned Rp. 39 million to the KPK regarding the case of receiving bribes for the allocation and distribution of the Aceh Special Autonomy Fund (DOKA) in the 2018 Fiscal Year in Aceh Province.

"There, Rp. 39 million," said Irwandi in the KPK building, Jakarta, Friday (31/8).

However, he did not know where the money came from. "Suddenly stopped by my account," said Irwandi. (Ant)

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