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The KPK named PLN CEO Sofyan Basir as a suspect in the Riau-1 STEAM POWER PLANT graft case. But the anti-corruption agency’s leadership is divided. The KPK’s investigation was stalled due to police scrutiny into KPK Chairman Agus Rahardjo.
Agus Prabowo visited the Jakarta Police on Wednesday, February 20. Jakarta Police Special Crimes Director Sr. Comsr. Adi Deriyan had sent Agus a summons letter eight days prior.
Sofyan Basir was named suspect due to his active role in meetings held to arrange the Riau-1 coal-fired power plant project. There is condemning evidence that he agreed to receiving kickbacks.
Two weeks before the investigation warrant for Sofyan Basir in connection to the Riau-1 steam power plant (PLTU) project was signed, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) received fresh information on Sofyan’s involvement in another case.