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The KPK failed to arrest PDI-P Secretary-General Hasto Kristiyanto in a graft case involving KPU commissioner, Wahyu Setiawan. Investigators were instead apprehended by a group of police officers at the Police Staff College. Leaders of the anti-graft agency are ignoring evidence of Hasto’s involvement.
The PDI-P insisted on putting Harun Masiku in the DPR. The party tried to manipulate the interpretation of the Supreme Court’s decision.
The alleged bribery of a KPU member implicates a number of PDI-P cadres. Megawati Soekarnoputri asks party members not to pursue personal interests.
Although the electoral law states that a deceased legislative candidate must be replaced by the legislative candidate with the second most votes, the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) asked the General Elections Commission (KPU) to instead put the party’s preferred candidate in the House of Representatives (DPR).
Arrest operations for General Elections Commission (KPU) member, Wahyu Setiawan, and seven others on Wednesday-Thursday, January 8-9, did not go smoothly.
After General Elections Commission (KPU) commissioner, Wahyu Setiawan, was reportedly arrested, Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) Secretary-General, Hasto Kristiyanto, ‘disappeared’ almost one full day.