Dpr: The Police Must Investigate Other Institutions In Order For Djoko Tjandra's Bright Light Case

DPR: The Police Must Investigate Other Institutions in Order for Djoko Tjandra's Bright Light Case

Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Commission III Ahmad Sahroni while attending a Hearing Meeting (RDP) with the Directorate General of Immigration at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, at the Parliament Complex, Jakarta, Monday, July 13, 2020. ANTARA

Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Commission III Ahmad Sahroni while attending a Hearing Meeting (RDP) with the Directorate General of Immigration at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, at the Parliament Complex, Jakarta, Monday, July 13, 2020. ANTARA

, Jakarta - Deputy Chairman of Commission III of the DPR, Ahmad Sahroni, asked the police to conduct an investigation of Djoko Tjandra's protectors, not only limited to his internal but also other law enforcement institutions, such as the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the Attorney General's Office.

"The police must also investigate this case not only in its ranks, but also in other institutions such as the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the Attorney General so that the case is bright," he said in a written statement, Sunday, August 2, 2020.

According to the NasDem Party politician, the fugitive status of Djoko Tjandra who has now changed the name of Joko Tjandra has been running for 11 years, allegedly there was interference from law enforcement in protecting Djoko Tjandra in his escape.

According to him, with the arrest of Djoko Tjandra, the truth is that this is an opportunity to uncover all parties involved in providing protection to those concerned.

"So not only the National Police, but also lawyers, the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, and the Attorney General, all of them must be investigated and investigated for their alleged involvement," he stressed.

As for legal institutions, such as the Attorney General's Office and the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, are required to investigate and take firm action against those involved in the Djoko Tjandra case.

"We urge law enforcers, especially the Kemenkumham to immediately take action against the internal elements of those involved in passing Djoko Tjandra," Sahroni said.

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