JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Deputy Chairman of the Commission for the eradication of anti-corruption (KPK) Alexander Marwata hopes that the former Secretary General of Golkar's party, Idrus Marham, is cooperative and open in the legal process he encounters.
According to Marwata, the openness of Idrus will facilitate research.
"I think it's better if the person is open, cooperative reveals that other parties are indeed involved," said Marwata, on Ayer Island, Thousand Islands, Friday (31-08-2018).
"It's good for the person involved if he can open, so that the matter can become clearer. We can expose this matter more thoroughly," he continued.
The KPK & # 39; s detention of Idrus on Friday evening to speed up the investigation process.
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"That is the investigator's authority, perhaps the researcher believes that the evidence is sufficient and perhaps the researcher wants to speed up the process immediately," Marwata said.
Idrus was detained in the KPK detention center for the next 20 days.
In the event that he was trapped, Idrus was a suspect allegations of corruption in the cooperation contract for the construction of PLTU Riau-1.
The former Minister of Social Affairs reportedly played a role in awarding bribes to the Vice-President of the Committee of the House of Representatives VII Eni Maulani Saragih.
According to the KPK, Idrus was instrumental in encouraging Eni to receive IDR 4 billion in November and December 2017, and IDR 2.2 billion in March and June 2018.
All the money was given by Johannes Budisutrisno Kotjo, as shareholder of Blackgold Natural Resources Limited.
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Eni Maulani Saragih was previously mentioned as a suspect in a case of alleged bribery in connection with a 35 thousand megawatt power plant project.
Eni is suspected of accepting bribes through a cooperation contract for the construction of the Riau-1 PLTU in the province of Riau.
Eni reportedly received a kickback of Rp 500 million, which was part of a 2.5 percent commitment fee of the value of the Riau-1 power plant construction project.
Involvement fee was given by Johannes Budisutrisno Kotjo. In this case, the KPK also named Johannes as a suspect for giving bribes to Eni.
According to the KPK, the development of the research showed that Idrus helped and received bribes together with Eni Maulani.
Meanwhile, Idrus was promised $ 1.5 million by Johannes Budisutrisno.