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Old January 18th, 2006, 09:20 AM   #1
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Indonesia Corruption Watch

One down, many more to go.

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As for our neighbour from the North (Singapore), look at all the corrupt people living there with the full protection of the Singaporean government:

Bambang Sutrisno: Former vice president of now-defunct Bank Surya, convicted of embezzling Rp1.5 trillion, sentenced to life imprisonment, now apparently living in Singapore.

Andrian Kiki Ariawan: Former president director of now-defunct Bank Surya, convicted of embezzling Rp1.5 trillion, sentenced to life imprisonment, now apparently living in Singapore.

Sudjiono Timan: Former president director of state-owned investment company PT Bahana Pembinaan Usaha Indonesia, sentenced to 15 years in jail in connection with a Rp1.1 trillion corruption case involving the channeling of state funds to former dictator Suharto’s cronies. Believed to be in Singapore.

Maria Pauline Lumowa: Boss of PT Gramarindo Mega Indonesia and suspected mastermind of the embezzlement of Rp1.7 trillion from state-owned Bank Negara Indonesia through the issuance of allegedly fictitious letters of credit over December 2002 to July 2003. She fled to Singapore before trial.
Irawan Salim: Former president director of Bank Global, suspected of involvement in the issuance of fictitious loans and bonds worth at least Rp830 billion. Fled Indonesia in December 2004, just days before his bank was closed. Rumored to have gone to Singapore, Canada or Europe.
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Time for the SBY government to demand an extradition treaty. No more wishing washing like the Megawati's government. Time to talk tough, if need be, go into Singapore and take the people ourselve, ala US style.
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Old January 18th, 2006, 10:36 AM   #2
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in year 2006, there'll be more and more corruptor taken to the court.
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Old January 18th, 2006, 01:15 PM   #3
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Yeap, hope we can keep up the fight against corruption.

PS: Thanks Ara for coming up with the thread. I think this will be a loong thread
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Old January 19th, 2006, 03:31 AM   #4
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this is a good thread..!
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Old January 19th, 2006, 05:50 AM   #5
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I wish they all PERISH
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Old January 26th, 2006, 06:15 AM   #6
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1 Most-Wanted Corruption Fugitive Down, Many To Go

An Indonesian banker who was allowed to flee the country a few weeks prior to being sentenced to eight years in jail for embezzling Rp1.27 trillion ($139 million) has been arrested in the US and handed over to Indonesian authorities.

Following a request from the Indonesian government, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) located David Nusa Wijaya alias Ng Tjuen Wie (44), the former boss of now-defunct Bank Umum Sertivia, in Los Angeles on January 13.

A statement from the US Embassy in Jakarta said Wijaya was brought back to Indonesia on Tuesday (17/1/06) by FBI and Indonesian police officials.

“The United States government is pleased to be of assistance to Indonesia in this matter. The US government understands that returning fugitives and stolen assets from abroad in corruption cases is a top law enforcement priority in Indonesia, and looks forward to cooperating with Indonesia in other cases in the future,” said the embassy statement.

After arriving in Jakarta at 12.30pm, Wijaya was taken to National Police headquarters for interrogation. In addition to his corruption conviction, he is likely to now face charges of fleeing justice, although he might be able to avoid this by threatening to name some of the senior officials who allegedly facilitated his escape. He was due to be formally handed over to the Attorney General’s Office on Wednesday afternoon and then taken to East Jakarta’s Cipinang jail to begin serving his sentence.

Legal Charades
Bank Umum Sertivia was one of many domestic banks that received Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) funds at the height of the regional economic crisis over 1997-98. About 95% of the Rp144.5 trillion ($16.8 billion) pumped into the banks was misused. Critics claim that some of the crooked bankers later used part of the funds to bribe law enforcement officers and judges to ensure they could receive lenient sentences or be allowed to flee the country.

On March 11, 2002, West Jakarta District Court sentenced Wijaya to a mere one year in jail for his staggering misuse of BLBI funds. The court argued the light sentence was justified because of Wijaya’s “good behavior” and that it was necessary to give him a chance to raise the Rp1.27 trillion that he had promised to repay to the state.

Wijaya remained free pending appeal, so the Attorney General’s Office imposed a one-year travel ban on him on July 5, 2002.

The tycoon filed his first appeal to Jakarta High Court, but judges there on August 12, 2002, increased his sentence to four years behind bars. He then appealed to the Supreme Court, where judges on July 23, 2003, further increased the sentence to eight years.

But by that time Wijaya’s travel ban had already been expired for more than two weeks and was not extended by the Attorney General’s Office. According to the Immigration Office, Wijaya had left Indonesia shortly after the ban expired.

As the relevant ancillary of the Attorney General’s Office, the West Jakarta Prosecutor’s Office was required to execute the Supreme Court’s verdict by sending Wijaya to jail. But the prosecutor’s office claimed it did not receive an official copy of the verdict until July 28, 2004 – more than one year after the sentence had been handed down and the felon had long flown the coop.

The Supreme Court claimed the extremely late delivery of the verdict was due to a mere “administrative shortcoming” because of personnel changes involving clerks dealing with Wijaya’s case files.

The pathetic charade continued in August 2004, when hapless prosecutors showed up at Wijaya’s house, delivered a letter ordering him to begin serving his sentence, and expressed optimism he had not fled the country.

There was strong speculation that Wijaya had initially fled to Singapore, which does not have an extradition agreement with Indonesia. The two nations last year held a series of talks aimed at forging such a treaty, so that Indonesia can bring crooked tycoons and their ill-gotten wealth back to the country. Attorney General Abdul Rahman Saleh last week accused Singapore of delaying the pact by insisting that it be signed later this year as part of a general security agreement.

In addition to Singapore and the US, Wijaya was also rumored to have spent time in China, Hong Kong, Macao and Australia while on the run.

National Police chief General Sutanto said Wijaya had first gone to Singapore and later moved to San Francisco, where he had recently faced immigration problems.

''He was given two choices. The first was for him to go through the legal process in the US and then be deported, while the second was to voluntarily undergo the legal process in Indonesia. He eventually chose the latter,'' said Sutanto.

Yudhoyono Pleased
The arrest of Wijaya is a major victory in President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s war on corruption. The president on Tuesday hailed the US government’s decision to hand over an Indonesian corruption fugitive and urged other countries to follow suit.

"I am grateful to the friendly country that helped David Nusa Wijaya be brought to justice," he said.

"This is exiting news and I hope the other graft fugitives who fled abroad will do the same by returning the state assets and money to the people," he added.

Deputy Attorney General for intelligence Basrief Arief, who heads an integrated team that was formed to track down Indonesia’s 13 most-wanted graft fugitives, was equally jubilant. "Thanks be to God we arrested David Nusa Wijaya in the US and he arrived in Indonesia at 12.30pm on a Thai Airways flight," he was quoted as saying by detikcom online news portal.

Yudhoyono called on the remaining 12 fugitives to immediately give themselves up and return their ill-gotten gain to the state.

"I ask that other friendly countries be cooperative and give their support to facilitate the return of 12 Indonesian citizens who have been found guilty or fled before their cases were settled,” he said.

Fugitives
Following is look at some of Indonesia's top corruptors still at large:

* Eddy Tanzil: Sentenced in 1994 to 20 years in jail for his role in a $620 million corruption case involving state-owned Bank Bapindo. He walked out of the jail in 1995 after allegedly bribing wardens and is now believed to be living in China.
* Bambang Sutrisno: Former vice president of now-defunct Bank Surya, convicted of embezzling Rp1.5 trillion, sentenced to life imprisonment, now apparently living in Singapore.
* Andrian Kiki Ariawan: Former president director of now-defunct Bank Surya, convicted of embezzling Rp1.5 trillion, sentenced to life imprisonment, now apparently living in Singapore.
* Samadikun Hartono: Former president director of now-defunct Bank Modern, convicted of embezzling Rp169 billion, sentenced to four years in jail, whereabouts unknown.
* Sudjiono Timan: Former president director of state-owned investment company PT Bahana Pembinaan Usaha Indonesia, sentenced to 15 years in jail in connection with a Rp1.1 trillion corruption case involving the channeling of state funds to former dictator Suharto’s cronies. Believed to be in Singapore.
* Maria Pauline Lumowa: Boss of PT Gramarindo Mega Indonesia and suspected mastermind of the embezzlement of Rp1.7 trillion from state-owned Bank Negara Indonesia through the issuance of allegedly fictitious letters of credit over December 2002 to July 2003. She fled to Singapore before trial.
* Irawan Salim: Former president director of Bank Global, suspected of involvement in the issuance of fictitious loans and bonds worth at least Rp830 billion. Fled Indonesia in December 2004, just days before his bank was closed. Rumored to have gone to Singapore, Canada or Europe.
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Old January 26th, 2006, 06:32 AM   #7
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good thing a fugitive got caught...but I question the relevance of convicting these BLBI recipients, as the whole situation could be attributed to a systemic failure of government policy in times of crisis, and Bank Indonesia's clearly inadequate corporate governance mechanisms...

If a whopping 95% (nearly all!) of the $16.8 billion in BLBI funds was misused, isn't it more reasonable to blame Bank Indonesia or the government for negligence (in channelling those funds in the first place) rather than individual creditors who were just trying to save themselves?

The anti-corruption resources would have been better used to address current instances of corruption, particularly in the bureaucracy.

Just a thought.
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Old January 26th, 2006, 01:15 PM   #8
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Indonesian football league is now becoming free-corruption league.

The league commision is now increasing referees salary for up to 22 million rupiah a month or around 2,300 us dollars from 2-3 million a month. Thats not including match fee for 500 dollars every match.

The result is very amazing, many club powerhouse were losing at home..this wouldnt happened before...

and the myth is true that to eradicate corruption is by trying to increase the salary

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Old January 26th, 2006, 05:02 PM   #9
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david, that's a good news not only for the referees but also Indonesian football and sport in general.
Are all football referees paid that high or only those FIFA certified ones?
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Old January 26th, 2006, 07:43 PM   #10
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Nope, all referees that qualified for the job gets the same salaries. But sometimes they still do some stupid thing...like not penalizing a goal for unknown reason. LOL

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Old March 11th, 2006, 05:42 AM   #11
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Cara Koruptor Menghabiskan Waktu di Penjara

Bermain Gaple Bersama Puteh

Inilah cara Nazaruddin Sjamsuddin dan Mulyana W. Kusumah mengisi waktu di penjara. Dari bermain pingpong sampai membaca buku sufi.

PENJARA tak membuat Nazaruddin Sjamsuddin melupakan olahraga. Setiap pagi sesudah salat subuh, bekas Ketua Komisi Pemilihan Umum ini bergegas meninggalkan sel berukuran 5 x 20 meter di Blok B yang dihuninya. Dia menuju ke sebuah bangsal tak jauh dari sel tahanan Kepolisian Daerah Metro Jakarta Raya. Sebuah meja tenis sudah menantinya.

Dalam bermain pingpong, dia sering berpasangan dengan Hamdani Amin, mantan Kepala Biro Keuangan KPU yang berada di blok yang sama. Mereka dijuluki pasangan maut oleh rekan-rekannya karena sering menang. Pasangan NazaruddinHamdani bahkan pernah mengalahkan dua terdakwa teroris yang ditangkap di Semarang. Padahal, lawannya jauh lebih muda. ”Menang atau kalah tak jadi soal, yang penting bugar,” ujarnya kepada Tempo yang mengunjunginya, Kamis sore pekan lalu.

Di usianya yang sudah kepala enam, ayah tiga p-utri dan seorang putra itu tak ingin menguras banyak tenaga dalam berolahraga. Itu sebabnya dia enggan bermain badminton. Selain berolahraga, Nazaruddin dulu suka membaca dan menulis. Namun, kegiatan ini tak lagi dilakukannya setelah terjerat kasus korupsi. Membaca berita di media massa pun kini dia agak ma-las.

Nazaruddin ditangkap petugas Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi pada Mei tahun lalu. Sebagai Ketua KPU, dia dituduh melakukan korupsi pengadaan asuransi petugas pemilu yang merugikan negara sekitar Rp 14,1 miliar. Guru Besar Ilmu Politik, Universitas Indonesia, ini akhirnya dinyatakan bersalah oleh Pengadilan Korupsi, Jakarta, pada Desember lalu. Dia divonis tujuh tahun penjara. Kendati telah divonis, Nazaruddin tidak dipindahkan ke penjara. Dia tetap dititipkan di tahanan Polda Metro Jaya bersama pengurus KPU lainnya yang jadi terdakwa.

Sore itu, kebetulan istrinya, Nurnida Ishak, dan kedua putrinya sedang menjenguk Nazaruddin. Di ruang tamu tahanan, mereka mengobrol dan bersenda gurau. Sang guru besar tampak ceria. Wajahnya pun kelihatan segar. ”Bagaimana tidak cerah, saya jadi lebih banyak istirahat di sini,” ujarnya seraya menceritakan kesibukannya ketika menyelenggarakan pemilu.

Tak lama berselang, azan magrib pun terdengar. Nurnida buru-buru membuka tas kuning yang dibawanya. Gelas plastik berisi jus dan dua kotak berisi ketan berbungkus daun pisang disuguhkan. Nazaruddin segera berbuka puasa Senin-Kamis yang dijalaninya.

Di ruang tamu lainnya terlihat beberapa tersangka dan terdakwa kasus korupsi. Hamdani sedang berbincang-bincang dengan istrinya di sebuah sudut. Tak jauh darinya, Un-tung Sastrawijaya, seorang pengusaha yang dijerat kasus pengadaan kertas segel untuk pemilu, sedang mengobrol de-ngan seorang perempuan. Saat itu tidak terlihat Daan Dimara, anggota KPU yang juga dibelit kasus kertas segel. Di tahanan Polda, Daan dan Untung berada satu sel dengan dua terdakwa kasus bom Kuningan.

Bila tidak ada kunjungan keluarganya, Nazaruddin kerap menghabiskan waktu untuk mengobrol dengan dua terdakwa kasus korupsi lainnya, Rusadi Kantaprawira, juga anggota KPU, dan Is-hak Harahap dari Direktorat Anggaran Departemen Keuangan. Keduanya menjadi teman satu sel Nazaruddin.

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Jika Nazaruddin menghindari bulu tangkis, Mulyana W. Kusumah justru menggandrungi olahraga ini. Hampir setiap pagi, ayah dari dua putra dan dua putri ini selalu bermain badminton di Rumah Tahanan Salemba, Jakarta. Dia tak takut kehabisan kok karena putra keduanya, Guevara Santayana, rajin mengirimkan untuknya. ”Beberapa pekan setelah vonis, Papa juga minta dibawakan sepatu dan kaus,” kata Guevara.

Mulyana divonis 2 tahun 7 bulan penjara oleh Pengadil-an Korupsi, Jakarta, pada September tahun lalu. Dia di-nyatakan bersalah dalam kasus penyuapan seorang auditor Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan.

Di Salemba, kini Mulyana meng-inap di Blok H bersama sejumlah penghuni lain seperti bekas Menteri Agama Said Agil Hu-sin al-Munawar. Hanya be-lakangan dia mulai bosan bermain badminton. Dosen FISIP Universitas Indonesia ini memilih berlari kecil diikuti gerakan ringan setelah salat Subuh.

Olahraga membuat lelaki 57 tahun itu tampak segar. Menjelang siang, dia menghabiskan waktunya dengan membaca koran dan majalah sambil menikmati rokok. Setiap hari Mulyana selalu melalap sekitar delapan koran dan dua majalah. Kebiasaan ini dulu juga dia lakukan sebelum masuk penjara

Terkadang Mulyana menuangkan pendapatnya mengenai berbagai masalah sosial dan politik dalam tulisan. Artikel yang ditulis tangan kemudian diberikan kepada Gina Satriyana, putri pertamanya, untuk diketik. Beberapa sempat dikirim ke media cetak, namun tidak di-muat. ”Sejak itu saya meminta anak saya untuk mengumpulkan tulisan-tulisan itu. Siapa tahu kelak berguna,” ujar Mulyana ketika ditemui Tempo di Rumah Tahanan Salemba, Jumat pekan lalu.

Belakang ini dia sedang me-nulis tentang kecende-rungan ”Kiri” di Amerika Latin. Bahan diambil dari berita media yang dibacanya. ”Beberapa kasus yang terjadi di sana memang mengarah ke situ,” katanya.

Selain membaca koran, Mulyana juga rajin melalap buku-buku tentang politik, ekonomi, kriminalitas, dan bah-kan agama. Di rak selnya terdapat buku-buku agama seperti Menjadi Sufi karya Syaikh Abunajib Suhrawadi, Allah Menyambut Shalatku, dan Berguru kepada Allah, keduanya karya Abu Sangkan, dan Zikir dan Kontemplasi Tasauf (Mir Valiudin).

Kalau sudah penat membaca dan menulis, barulah Mulyana keluar dari selnya untuk mengobrol dengan penghuni lain. Dia sering bermain gaple dengan Abdullah Puteh, saat terpidana kasus korupsi pengadaan helikopter MI-17 ini masih menginap di sana. Bila ingin bermain catur, Mulyana bertandang ke sel Said Agil. Sambil mengutakatik bidak, biasanya ia berdiskusi ma-salah keagamaan dengan bekas Menteri Agama ini.

Tak jarang pula Mulyana dan rekan-rekannya sesama penghuni Rumah Tahanan Salemba terlibat dalam perbincangan serius mengenai arah kebijakan pemerintah dalam pemberantasan korupsi. Mereka membandingkan kasusnya dengan korupsi lain seperti kasus bantuan likuiditas Bank Indonesia yang merugikan negara sampai triliunan rupiah. ”Kami heran kenapa kasus yang kecil-kecil seperti kasus KPU yang jadi prioritas dibongkar,” kata Mulyana.

Walau terbilang rajin berolahraga, dia pun sempat jatuh sakit selama di Salemba. Asma yang pernah delapan kali menyerang selama menyelenggarakan pemilu masih sering kambuh. Bahkan pekan lalu penyakit ini meng-usik lagi. Tubuh Mulyana tiba-tiba kejang-kejang dan napasnya tersengal-sengal. Serangan baru reda setelah dia di-obati oleh dokter rumah tahanan.

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Berbeda dengan Mulyana, Nazaruddin tidak mengalami penyakit berat selama di tahanan Polda Metro Jaya. Sesekali dia hanya terserang flu dan cukup disembuhkan dengan obat yang dibawakan oleh anak atau istrinya.

Yang tak terobati adalah sakit hatinya karena merasa dilupakan begitu saja oleh pemerintah. Saat menjadi Ke-tua KPU, memimpin penyelenggaraan pemilu, banyak calon presiden yang bersikap ramah kepadanya. ”Malah ada yang memandang saya sebagai teman. Setelah pemilu selesai, saya malah dijebloskan ke penjara. Apa tidak sa-kit hati?” ujar Nazaruddin emo-sional.

Mata lelaki 61 tahun itu tampak memerah seolah sedang menahan amarah. Di sampingnya, sang istri berusaha memijati punggung suaminya untuk meredakan emosi. Suasana baru cair setelah Tempo menanyakan keadaan keluarga Nazaruddin. Dia jadi ceria, wajahnya kembali cerah, secerah langit di atas tahanan Polda sore itu.
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Derpartment Terkorup

(ANTARA News) - Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) mengemukakan Departemen Agama merupakan salah satu lembaga terkorup di Indonesia.

"Sangat disayangkan Departemen Agama merupakan salah satu lembaga terkorup di Indonesia, lebih sial lagi dana yang dikorupsi adalah dana penyelenggaraan ibadah haji," kata Wakil Ketua KPK, Amin Sunaryadi, di aula Sekretariat DPRD Kabupaten Aceh Selatan, di Tapaktuan, Selasa.

Ketika menyampaikan sosialisasi pemberantasan korupsi kepada Muspida, PNS, anggota dewan dan tokoh-tokoh masyarakat yang dipandu langsung oleh Bupati Aceh Selatan Ir. H. T Machsalmina Ali, MM, Amin mengharapkan keikutsertaan kalangan ulama dalam menberantas korupsi.

Majelis Permusyawaratan Ulama (MPU) diharapkan berperan untuk mengajak para khatib pada shalat Jumat agar senantiasa untuk menyampaikan kajian-kajian tentang korupsi dan akibatnya dalam kehidupan sehari-hari.

"Korupsi dapat diberantas secara bersama-sama dengan menegakkan nilai-nilai keimanan," ujarnya.

Tujuan keberadaan KPK untuk menjelaskan secara detail perincian tentang korupsi agar tidak terjadi fitnah atau prasangka buruk di kalangan masyarakat. KPK menjelaskan apa-apa yang termasuk korupsi dan yang bukan korupsi, katanya.

Menurut Amin, contoh konkrit beberapa waktu lalu para bupati/walikota meminta Wakil Presiden dan Presiden membuatkan perlindungan.

Atas keresahan para pejabat itu, KPK mengetahui bahwa perlindungan terhadap mereka yang bersih dari tindakan korupsi diperlukan guna mencegah terjadinya fitnah.

"Dan kami menemukan bahwa tuduhan-tuduhan itu ada bersifat fitnah atau tidak benar dan ada juga tuduhan tersebut benar telah terjadi penyimpangan," katanya.

Untuk tunjuan klarifikasi, masyarakat yang menuduh agar tidak terjebak fitnah dan prasangka buruk, maka KPK telah melakukan sosialisasi baik berupa penyebaran buku-buku tentang korupsi ataupun melakukan sosialisasi tatap muka langsung dengan berbagai kalangan masyarakat, kata Amin.
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[ INDONESIA ] :: Journey to Zero Corruption ! :: Corruption & Related news

Since there is no thread about Corruption, i decided to make this thread.

Remember, our country is 'still' famous for it's corrupt bureaucracy, etc.

But the journey isn't end here, Corruption Eradication Commision ( KPK ) is showing a significant progress on eradicating corruption in Indonesia.

Let's support our govt to eradicate corruption in Indonesia

Indonesia Bisa !!
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KPK targets more govt offices after customs search

Abdul Khalik , The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Mon, 06/02/2008 10:20 AM | Headlines

After a surprise search on the Tanjung Priok excise and customs office, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is aiming at other government offices widely reported to be bribe-infested.

KPK chairman Antasari Azhar said Sunday the anti-graft body would initiate the surveillance of several other offices to obtain more evidence before launching investigations.

"We will not stop with a search at the excise and customs office as several others are already on our list," Antasari told The Jakarta Post. He declined to name the institutions under suspicion.

Earlier this year, the KPK announced the results of its integrity survey on institutions that provide public services, calling the immigration office at the ministry of justice and human rights and the police among the bodies most vulnerable to corruption.

Indonesians ranked the legislative body as the most corrupt institution followed by the law enforcement agencies, judiciary, permit-issuing offices and the tax authority, according to a survey by the German-based Transparency International.

KPK deputy chairman for prevention Muhammad Jasin said the targeted offices would be kept secret to avoid their officials from destroying evidence.

Lawmaker Gayus Lumbuun of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) supported the KPK's move to raid other institutions, saying it could have a deterrent effect on corruptors.

Some 50 KPK officials, headed by Jasin and deputy chairman for investigation Chandra M. Hamzah, raided the excise and customs office in Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, last Friday.

"We found four officials involved in bribery, and 20 others in violation of regulations. We will question the four while proposing that the excise and customs office dismiss or transfer the other 20," Jasin said.

The KPK found envelopes containing between Rp 5 million and Rp 15 million in cash, and bags with up to Rp 25 million. Each envelope bore the name of a company and the words, "uang makan" (meal allowance).

According to the KPK, the state incurred losses of Rp 12.5 billion a month from bribery practices involving the four officials, identified only by their initials as M, AGP, NTP and P.

The KPK will question the four on Monday before naming them suspects or detaining them, Jasin said.

Antasari said the anti-graft body was also seeking evidence of whether higher-ranking officials had received money from the four officials.

"We will find out if the practice is systematic and involves superiors or top-level officials," he said.

In a bid to curb corruption, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati last year raised the salaries of tax and excise and customs officials and hired a host of new faces.

The ministry has spent Rp 4.3 trillion since July last year on bureaucratic reform. The four excise and customs officials implicated in bribery each earn Rp 13 million a month.

Inspections last year by the customs office showed there were more than 2,300 graft cases in the office, causing the state losses of up to Rp 97.84 billion.
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KPK Siap Awasi Semua Kantor Pelayanan Publik
Senin, 02 Juni 2008 15:04 WIB

JAKARTA--MI: Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) menyatakan akan mengawasi semua kantor pemerintah yang bertugas melayani masyarakat seperti Kantor Bea dan Cukai.

"Pesan moral kasus di Bea dan Cukai bahwa agar yang lain tidak melakukan ini. Yang penting semua sentra pelayanan publik akan diperhatikan KPK," kata Ketua KPK Antasari Azhar di Jakarta, Senin (2/6).

Sebelumnya petugas KPK Jumat lalu (30/5) saat menggeledah Kantor Pelayanan Utama Bea dan Cukai Tanjung Priok menemukan sejumlah uang dalam amplop yang diduga merupakan suap atau hasil pemerasan terhadap para pengguna layanan kantor tersebut. Dikatakan Antasari, pihak KPK akan melakukan evaluasi terhadap temuan di Kantor Bea Cukai Tanjung Priok itu, serta mengenai kapasitas pelakunya apakah sendiri atau ada keterkaitan dengan pejabat lain.

Mengenai kemungkinan KPK akan melakukan penggeledahan di kantor-kantor pelayanan publik yang lain, Antasari mengatakan yang penting dari tindakan KPK ini adalah efek jeranya. "Kita tidak ingin memadati rumah tahanan. Kita lakukan ini agar ada dampak jera dengan yang lain, atau pembenahan," katanya. (Ant/OL-06)
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Depkeu, MA dan BPK Bisa Jadi 'Pilot Project' Investigasi KPK
Senin, 02 Juni 2008 11:46 WIB

JAKARTA--MI: Menteri Negara Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara (Menneg PAN) Taufiq Effendy menyatakan, Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) seharusnya meluaskan gerakan penggeledahan ke jajaran Departemen Keuangan, Mahkamah Agung (MA), dan Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan (BPK).

"Tiga lembaga itu merupakan pilot project reformasi birokrasi. Jadi penggeledahan yang dilakukan KPK kepada Bea Cukai merupakan awal dari upaya Kantor Menneg PAN, Menkeu, MA, dan KPK dalam memuluskan upaya reformasi birokrasi," kata Taufiq di sela-sela rapat kerja dengan Komisi III di Gedung MPR/DPR Senayan Jakarta, Senin (2/6).

Menurut Taufiq, penggeledahan yang dilakukan KPK nantinya akan menyebar kepada semua departemen atau lembaga non departemen, termasuk Kantor Menneg PAN. Karena itu, kerja KPK seharusnya terus didukung sebagai bagian pelaksanaan reformasi birokrasi.
"Tapi tidak perlu diburu-buru. Biarkan KPK berjalan dengan strateginya. Karena kita terus berkoordinasi," tegas Taufiq. (Far/OL-2)
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17 Pegawai Bea Cukai bersih dari suap
Senin, 02/06/2008 14:15 WIB

JAKARTA (bisnis.com): Badan Kepatuhan Internal Kantor Pelayanan Utama (KPU) Bea Cukai Tanjung Priok menyatakan 17 pegawai bersih dari suap.

"Sedangkan 48 pegawai masih menjalani proses pemeriksaan dan empat pegawai terbukti kuat melakukan tindak pidana suap," kata Wakil Ketua KPK Bidang Pencegahan M. Jasin kepada pers, hari ini.

Menurut Jasin, kedatangan Kepala Bagian Kepatuhan Internal KPU Bea Cukai Tanjung Priok Oza Olavia ke KPK hari ini adalah untuk melaporkan hasil pemeriksaan sementara terkait inspeksi mendadak (sidak) oleh tim gabungan KPK dan Kepatuhan Internal KPU Bea Cukai.

Jasin menuturkan keempat pegawai yang terbukti menerima suap itu kemungkinan besar akan terkena sanksi berat. "Bisa diberhentikan secara tidak hormat, dicabut NIP-nya, atau tidak diberi pensiunan," jelasnya.(er)

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Bea Cukai laporkan pegawai yang dipecat ke KPK
Senin, 02/06/2008 10:57 WIB

JAKARTA: Kepala Bidang Kepatuhan Internal Ditjen Bea Cukai Oza Olavia mendatangi kantor KPK, hari ini.

Menurut keterangan Wakil Ketua KPK Bidang Pencegahan M. Jasin, kedatangan Oza ke KPK adalah untuk melaporkan pegawai Ditjen Bea Cukai yang akan didemosi, dipecat dan dipindahkan.

Oza mendatangi kantor KPK sekitar pukul 10.15 WIB dengan didampingi stafnya.

Rencananya Oza akan diterima oleh wakil ketua KPK Bidang Penindakan M. Chandra Hamzah.

Sebelumnya pada Jum'at lalu tim gabungan yang terdiri dari tim KPK dan tim kepatuhan internal Ditjen Bea cukai melakukan inspeksi mendadak (sidak) di kantor Pelayanan Utama Bea Cukai Tanjung Priok. Hasilnya empat orang terbukti menerima suap dan uang ratusan juta rupiah berhasil disita. (ln)

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Oknum militer dukung praktik suap di DJBC
Senin, 02/06/2008 11:25 WIB

JAKARTA (bisnis.com): Pemerintah mengakui adanya aparat militer yang memberi dukungan dalam praktik suap di Direktorat Jendral Bea dan Cukai.

Anwar Suprijadi, Dirjen Bea dan Cukai, mengatakan dari hasil penggeledahan KPK di Tanjung Priok didapati empat anak buahnya yang melanggar kode etik berat dan terancam sanksi berat. Keempatnya mengakui ada pihak luar DJBC yang memberi dukungan, seperti aparat dan militer.

"Ya barusan sih mereka ngomong bekingan-bekingannya," jelas Anwar di gedung DPR, hari ini.

Kasus tersebut, lanjut Anwar, bukanlah yang pertama terjadi. Sebelumnya sepanjang 2008 DJBC telah menangkap empat orang pelaku suap di bagian pemeriksaan dokumen dan di Kantor Pelayanan Umum (KPU) DJBC.

"Kami sendiri sudah menindak empat orang pada 2008. Ada yang di [bagian] periksa dokumen, ada yang di KPU."

Anwar mengatakan akan bekerja sama dengan KPK untuk menghentikan praktik suap di DJBC hingga tingkat kepatuhan karyawan dan kliennya membaik.

"Targetnya itu untuk meningkatkan kepatuhan karyawan saya dan kepatuhan klien,intinya stop suap." (er)
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Artalyta Tersenyum Dengar Rekaman Suapnya
Senin, 2 Juni 2008 | 15:56 WIB

JAKARTA, SENIN - Bukti-bukti yang dihadirkan jaksa penuntut umum Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi, terutama bukti rekaman telepon, membuat terdakwa kasus dugaan suap jaksa Kejaksaan Agung, Artalyta Suryani, tak bisa berkata-kata. Artalyta alias Ayin hanya mampu tersenyum saat mendengarkan bukti rekaman tersebut.

Sebab, dalam rekaman itu Ayin terbukti melakukan dan merencanakan transaksi suap agar penyelidikan kasus BLBI dihentikan oleh Kejagung. Dia juga terbukti sering melakukan percakapan dengan Untung Puji Santoso yang saat itu menjabat sebagai jaksa muda perdata umum Kejagung.

Dalam rekaman itu, Artalyta (A) sering berkonsultasi dengan Untung (U), seperti dalam kutipan percakapan berikut ini:
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U: Urip? Yo ndak mungkin Urip bisa.
A: 0813...
U: Siapa?
A: Urip. Soalnya sekarang orangnya ada di depan.
U: Siapa?
A: Orang KPK. 0813...
U: Sopo?
A: Urip.
U: Yo ndak mungkin bisa. Kau kasih berapa?
A: 6
U: 6?
A: 660.000.
U: Berarti sekitar Rp4 miliar?
A: Rp6 M
U: 6 M!? Lailahaillah!
Percakapan antara keduanya juga terekam saat Urip tertangkap oleh tim KPK.
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A: Mas, ini aku, Ayin. Tapi sudah pake nomor lain. Aman. Ketangkep KPK mas.
U: Urip?
A: Ho'oh.
U: Di mana?
A: Kan dia mau eksekusi itu kan.
U: Eksekusi apa?
A: Ya itu, biasa tanda terima itu?
U: Masalah apa? Perkara apa?
A: Ya sebenernya enggak ada perkara apa-apa. Itu lho Urip kita! Nah, sekarang telepon dulu Antasari (ketua KPK.red). Bagaimana cara ngamaninnya itu.
U: Ntar aku telepon Ferry (direktur penuntutan KPK.red).
A: Ferry udah, aku suruh Joko. Antasari mas, si Ferry udah. Duitnya dari aku.
U: Lho, enggak ada kaitannya kok. Kan belum gratifikasi. Belum 1 bulan kok. Gitu lho caranya.
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Depkeu, MA dan BPK Bisa Jadi 'Pilot Project' Investigasi KPK
Senin, 02 Juni 2008 11:46 WIB

JAKARTA--MI: Menteri Negara Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara (Menneg PAN) Taufiq Effendy menyatakan, Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) seharusnya meluaskan gerakan penggeledahan ke jajaran Departemen Keuangan, Mahkamah Agung (MA), dan Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan (BPK).

(Far/OL-2)
Ketua BPK = Anwar Nasution = mantan Deputi Senior Gubernur BI

di kasus Aliran dana BI, AN ikut menandatangani surat keputusan RDG (Rapat Dewan Gubernur) BI tahun 2003 yang isinya mau memberi dana diseminasi ke DPR sebesar Rp. 31,5 Miliar dan Rp. 78,5 Miliar kepada kejaksaan.

Anehnya, AN yang termasuk di dalam jajaran rapat ngga jd tersangka, yg ditahan cuma BA..

AN selaku ketua BPK melaporkan kasus Aliran Dana BI menjelang pemilihan Gubernur BI yang baru..Calon terkuat waktu itu masih BA, sang incumbent..Menurut analisis beberapa pakar, AN waktu itu bernafsu banget dicalonin jd Gubernur BI..Makanya dia mau ngejatohin BA dengan ngebuka kasus Aliran Dana BI..setelah BA jadi tersangka, otomatis BA mengundurkan diri jd pencalonan Gubernur BI..Menjelang pemilihan, nama AN tidak disebutkan menjadi cagub BI..yang muncul ternyata AM dan RP...AM merupakan saudara dekat RI-1..

Kejanggalan lain di kasus ini adalah, salah satu deputi gubernur AP yang besannya RI-1 juga ga jd tersangka, padahal di majalah Tempo & hasil analisis pakar hukum jg bilang bahwa AP seharusnya ditahan karena AP itu pimpro aliran diseminasi ke Senayan..

Conclusion:

1. AN = Lempar batu sembunyi tangan
2. KPK tebang pilih-takut sm besannya RI-1
3. gimana BPK mau jd ujung tombak ? ketuanya aja ga bersih..
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Zero Corruption ??? Wahh, masih long journey tuh :p .....

Negara2 dengan tingkat korupsi rendah di dunia adalah:
Negara2 di Skandinavia, Jepang, Singapura, Swiss ....
Contoh nya berat2 banget
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