Submitting Evidence Of The Case Of The Pinangki Prosecutor To The Kpk, Maki: There Are People Who Want To Be Protected

Submitting Evidence of the Case of the Pinangki Prosecutor to the KPK, MAKI: There are People Who Want to be Protected

Coordinator of the Indonesian Anti-Corruption Society (MAKI) Boyamin Saiman shows new evidence before submitting it to the KPK regarding a series of cases involving Djoko Tjandra at the KPK Building, Jakarta, Wednesday, September 16, 2020. This evidence includes copies of conversations between Pinangki and Anita Kolopaking and Djoko Tjandra. ANTARA / Muhammad Adimaja

Coordinator of the Indonesian Anti-Corruption Society (MAKI) Boyamin Saiman shows new evidence before submitting it to the KPK regarding a series of cases involving Djoko Tjandra at the KPK Building, Jakarta, Wednesday, September 16, 2020. This evidence includes copies of conversations between Pinangki and Anita Kolopaking and Djoko Tjandra. ANTARA / Muhammad Adimaja

, Jakarta - The Indonesian Anti-Corruption Society submitted several pieces of evidence related to the case of Attorney Pinangki Sirna Malasari to the Corruption Eradication Commission. MAKI hopes that the evidence can be used by the KPK to investigate other parties involved in the Djoko Tjandra case.

"I will submit this to the KPK to be explored," said MAKI Coordinator Boyamin Saiman at the KPK Building, Jakarta, Wednesday, September 16, 2020.

Boyamin said he had no hope of the Attorney General's Office or the National Police's Criminal Investigation Agency for other parties suspected of being involved in this case. "Because the AGO has finished hastily, PSM is already P21," he said.

The AGO is known to have transferred Phase II of the Pinangki case to the public prosecutor. It is also known that Bareskrim has completed the investigation of this case. "So that means there are no more opportunities there," he said.

In fact, said Boyamin, there are allegations of other parties' involvement in this case that should be investigated. He said in the documents he had, Pinangki allegedly reported on his efforts to give a free fatwa to Djoko Tjandra to his superiors. With the completion of the investigation at the AGO, he is worried that this case will only end in Pinangki. He even doubted that the superior named Pinangki would be questioned as a witness. "And in fact it will no longer be questioned, as a witness is not possible," he said.

In addition, Boyamin said there were still many terms in Pinangki communication that needed to be explored. For example, about the initials of the names mentioned by Pinangki and the term King Maker. He hopes that the KPK can use the instrument of Article 10 A of the KPK Law on the reasons for taking over a case. One of the reasons for the KPK being able to take over the case is that there are allegations that other parties are being protected.

Boyamin assessed that the handling of the Pinangki case at the Attorney General's Office has met these requirements. "On that basis we are trying to fulfill the requirements of Article 10 A, that the expropriation is based on someone who wants to be protected," he said.

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