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Thousands of secret financial documents shed light on suspicious transactions involving government officials, businessmen, and banking authorities all over the globe. A number of Indonesian businessmen are mentioned in the #FinCENFiles—leaked data from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, a United States financial intelligence bureau. The documents also mention suspicious activities surrounding the Indonesian government’s purchase of Sukhoi fighter jets in 2011-2013. This report was made possible through Tempo’s collaboration with the network of 110 media outlets from 88 countries, coordinated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and BuzzFeed News.
Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) has detected suspicious fund flows from several overseas companies to Indonesia involving several local banks.
PRESIDENT Joko Widodo appointed Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan and National Disaster Mitigaton Agency Chief Doni Monardo to supervise coronavirus mitigation efforts in nine provinces. Luhut said these provinces see the highest transmission rates in the country.
Three Questions for Confidence
IN relation to the article in Tempo’s September 15-21, 2020 issue titled Two Men in the 10 Million Dollar Proposal and its digital edition, I would like to make the following response.
Looking for Leadership
A MAN nonchalantly rides his bike unconcerned with the flood that inundates Jalan Ahmad Yani in the town of Putussibau, Kapuas Hulu Regency, West Kalimantan, Tuesday, September 15. The West Kalimantan Pertamina said that activities in 13 fuel stations and 31 subsidized liquefied petroleum gas (Elpiji) depots in Kapuas Hulu, Melawi and Sintang were disrupted by the floods, obstructing fuel and Elpiji distributions./ANTARA/Jessica Helena Wuysang