Check Security, Kpk Looks For Vila Nurhadi

Check Security, KPK Looks for Vila Nurhadi

The former suspect of the Supreme Court (MA) Nurhadi, after undergoing the investigation, was in the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Nurhadi was examined as a suspect in a criminal act of corruption in the case of allegedly receiving a bribe of Rp 46 billion. TEMPO / Imam Sukamto

The former suspect of the Supreme Court (MA) Nurhadi, after undergoing the investigation, was in the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Nurhadi was examined as a suspect in a criminal act of corruption in the case of allegedly receiving a bribe of Rp 46 billion. TEMPO / Imam Sukamto

, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission examined PT Multicon Indrajaya Terminal's Finance Director Handoko Wijoyo in the alleged corruption case of former Supreme Court Secretary General Nurhadi , Monday, July 6, 2020. A security officer named Tejo Waluyo and notary, Mohamad Abror was also examined as a witness for the suspect, Nurhadi.

"Checked as a witness for NHD suspects," said KPK Spokesman Ali Fikri, acting on Monday, July 6, 2020.

Ali said, from Tejo Waluyo investigators confirmed the alleged ownership of Nurhadi's villa in the Ciawi area, Bogor, West Java. Meanwhile, Mohamad Abror was questioned regarding the establishment of a company allegedly owned by Nurhadi's son-in-law, Rezky Herbiyono. As for Handoko, he was absent from the examination.

In this case, the KPK named three people as suspects, namely Nurhadi; his sons-in-law, Rezky Herbiyono and Hiendra. The KPK suspects that Nurhadi through Rezky received bribes and gratuities worth Rp 46 billion.

The money was allegedly given so that Nurhadi took care of a civil case between PT MIT and PT Kawasan Berikat Nusantara. The KPK said Nurhadi's son-in-law received nine checks on behalf of PT MIT from PT MIT's Director Hiendra Soenjoto to take care of the case.

The KPK is also exploring allegations of money laundering in this case. The KPK said investigators had examined a number of witnesses about the assets owned by Nurhadi and his wife, Tin Zuraida.

Ali said that if there were two sufficient initial evidences, the KPK would determine the status of the TPPU suspect in this case.

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