Quoted from surya.co.id, one of the top officials of the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) was sacked by Attorney Pinangki Sirna Malasari in the case of the Djoko Tjandra scandal.
This is implied after the title of the case at the Pinangki Attorney, at the AGO Roundar Building, South Jakarta, Tuesday (9/8/2020).
Junior Attorney General for Special Crimes (Jampidsus) The Attorney General’s Office (Kejagung), Ali Mukartono, was reluctant to disclose the investigation material clearly discussed with the KPK.
In the press conference, Ali Mukartono had time to respond to a few questions from the media crew regarding the meeting of Prosecutors Pinangki and Djoko Tjandra in Malaysia at the end of 2019.
Information is circulating that Attorney Pinangki has also reported the meeting to a senior AGO official.
According to him, this has been stated in the material for the investigation report (BAP).
Ali Mukartono was reluctant to reveal who the AGO officials reported by Pinangki were.
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“The question that was asked first, it was discussed. There was an issue, I do not know whether the BAP or something,” he said, after the title of the Pinangki Attorney case at the AGO, Tuesday (9/8/2020).
When asked about the news that Pinangki had handled clemency for Djoko Tjandra, Ali said that this was not revealed in the case title.
“There was no mention of clemency. Earlier I said the object of this investigation was to submit a fatwa to the Supreme Court,” he explained.
Meanwhile, the Acting Spokesperson for Corruption Eradication of the KPK, Ali Fikri said, the title of the case was a technical discussion of case handling, the party present from the KPK was the Deputy Team for Enforcement.
He hopes that the Attorney General’s Office will be open about the Pinangki case.
“The KPK hopes that the investigating team at the Attorney General’s Office will be open to conveying the facts of the progress of the investigation into the case,” he said.
Deputy for Law at the Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security Affairs, Sugeng Purnomo, appreciated the title of the Pinangki case carried out by the AGO.
“Mr. Menkopolhukam expressed his high appreciation for the activities carried out. This is part or a form of transparency of the openness carried out by investigators in handling cases. And Mr. Menkopolhukam continues to encourage activities carried out at the Pidsus Attorney General’s Office in handling cases which are currently the public’s attention, “he explained.
He hopes that the handling of the Attorney General’s case will be done properly according to the rules.
From the explanation in the case title, Sugeng admitted that he had already got a picture that investigators had carried out their investigative activities correctly.
“Of course, the development of this case will continue to roll and will be more transparent when the trial is held in the corruption court,” he said.
KPK Ready to Take Over
On the other hand, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) said that it could take over the case files of Attorney Pinangki Sirna Malasari if the investigation process was not carried out professionally and could not be accounted for.
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This was revealed by KPK Deputy for Enforcement, Karyoto.
According to him, the rules for the acquisition of the case file are set out in Article 10 A KPK Law Number 19/2019.
“We see whether what the prosecutor has carried out is on track or not, it is in Article 10 A of Law 19/2019, there are conditions. If one condition is here, we are very likely to take over this case,” he said, at the Attorney General’s Office (Kejagung), Jakarta, Tuesday (9/8/2020).
However, Karyoto said, his party still has no plans to take over the case files for the Pinangki Attorney.
On the other hand, he appreciated the investigation carried out by the Adhyaksa Corps investigator.
He also asked the Attorney General to be transparent and not cover up the case involving Attorney Pinangki.
It is certain that the KPK will escort the case to trial.
“If it goes well, professionally, we will not do that (take over-Red). We are very appreciative, it is very good, fast. Hopefully this will be professional without anything covered that we will also always control this matter thoroughly later in the trial, “he said.
Attorney General for Special Crimes (Jampidsus) at the AGO, Ali Mukartono stated that the taking over of the Pinangki case was entirely the authority of the KPK.
“If this (the Pinangki-ed case) can be taken over, supervision can be, it is entirely the authority of the KPK,” he said.
Nevertheless, he assured the KPK that the handling of the Pinangki case had been in accordance with the procedure, and nothing had been covered up.
This was proven by inviting the KPK, Polri, Komjak, and the Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security Affairs to conduct a case or expose the Pinangki case.
“With the title of this case, it proves that the AGO has never covered up the handling of this case. This is with the permission of the Attorney General,” he said.
Yesterday, Tuesday (8/9/2020), the Directorate of Junior Attorney General for Special Crimes held a bribery case for the Supreme Court (MA) fatwa management between prosecutors Pinangki Sirna Malasari and Djoko Tjandra.
The case title was attended by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), Bareskrim Polri, Kemenkopolhukam, and the Prosecutor’s Commission at the Jampidsus Round Building, Jakarta.
He added that the title of the case followed the almost complete investigation file carried out by the investigator. Until now, the file is considered to be almost complete.
“Why only now? Because now the materials to be held have reached 80-90 percent. It was conveyed openly, nothing was covered up. We even asked for input on the shortcomings of the agencies involved in law enforcement,” he explained.
Even though he has the status of exposure to the case, Ali is still reluctant to reveal the investigation material that has been held by investigators.
According to him, later the facts of the investigation will be revealed in court.
“I did not convey what material was exposed and so on. Later it will lead to court. If there are questions regarding the process, we will answer them, but if the material in the case is not answered, because there should be no indication of malprocess in court,” he said. (tribun network)
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