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Riky Ferdianto





  • Held Hostage by an Old Case
    Cover Story

    Held Hostage by an Old Case

    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.

  • Selection Chaos
    Law

    Selection Chaos

    The selection process for KPK leaders seems to be rife with problems, from psychological tests that were repeated to irregular test material.

  • Embers in the Ashes
    National

    Embers in the Ashes

    Issue of racism burned a long-hidden sentiment between Papuans and non-Papuan, overshadowed by horizontal conflict.

  • KPK’s Battle for Life
    Cover Story

    KPK’s Battle for Life

    The DPR selects Insp. Gen. Firli Bahuri, a controversial candidate, to lead the KPK. At the same time, President Joko Widodo approves the KPK law revision. A KPK leader has resigned and two others surrender responsibility to the President.

  • The Uphill Battle on Land Regulations
    Law

    The Uphill Battle on Land Regulations

    Some feel that the pending Land Bill mainly benefits large business owners. During deliberations of the bill, the KPK detected some entrepreneurs planned to bribe administration officials and DPR members.

  • Fresh Air for Entrepreneurs
    Law

    Fresh Air for Entrepreneurs

    Nobody should be surprised when apartments in Jakarta and major cities in the country are later packed by foreigners.

  • Entangled in Audit Games
    Law

    Entangled in Audit Games

    BPK member Rizal Djalil was named as suspect in the public works ministry’s drinking water project corruption case. He allegedly manipulated audits and made certain arrangements in projects.

  • PKB Project Players
    Law

    PKB Project Players

    Musa Zainuddin, who was convicted in an infrastructure project bribery case, has implicated Muhaimin Iskandar. In addition to being accused of receiving funds, the PKB general chairman allegedly tried to thwart Musa’s request to become a justice collaborator.

  • I Gave Jazilul the Money for Muhaimin
    Law

    I Gave Jazilul the Money for Muhaimin

    Infrastructure Project Bribery Convict, Musa Zainuddin/TEMPO/Fakhri Hermansyah

  • A Red Carpet for a Close Partner
    Law

    A Red Carpet for a Close Partner

    Commissioner General Idham Azis is a sole candidate for National Police chief, to replace Tito Karnavian. The Palace once rejected him to be Tito’s deputy.

  • Leaving Out the Best Part
    Law

    Leaving Out the Best Part

    Judges acquitted former PLN CEO Sofyan Basir of the charge of conspiring in bribery. The prosecutors were considered failed to present all pertinent evidence available during the trial.

  • From Prayer Mat to Sinning
    Law

    From Prayer Mat to Sinning

    A number of mass organizations in Bekasi are involved in political activities, and compete in offering security services. Local officials are backing them up.

  •  A Thousand Doubts for the New KPK
    Cover Story

    A Thousand Doubts for the New KPK

    The new Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) era will begin with a new law, a new leadership, and a new supervisory council.

  • Two Cases Behind the Acid Attack
    Cover Story

    Two Cases Behind the Acid Attack

    The motive of Novel Baswedan’s attackers is drawing suspicion. Two cases are believed to be behind the acid attack.

  • A Delayed Invitation
    Cover Story

    A Delayed Invitation

    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 Bribe That Did Not Make It
    Law

    The Bribe That Did Not Make It

    The defendant in the bribery case related to a Muara Enim Public Works and People’s Housing Office project allegedly had put together a “get-to-know-you fund” totaling US$35,000 for Firli Bahuri. The court did not delve into the meeting between Muara Enim Regent (non-active) Ahmad Yani and Firli.

  • At The End of the Sungsang Road
    Law

    At The End of the Sungsang Road

    A shift of the boundary line of the Air Telang protected forest in Banyuasin by 18.8 kilometers by the environment and forestry ministry is benefitting Ryamizard Ryacudu. The shift in the boundary happened while Ryamizard was defense minister.

  • Delayed Announcement of Radiation
    Law

    Delayed Announcement of Radiation

    The Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency contained and disposed of land exposed to radiation after two weeks from finding some cesium-137 in the area. The initial plan was to quietly remove the waste.

  • Playing Monopoly in a Military Complex
    Law

    Playing Monopoly in a Military Complex

    Ryamizard Ryacudu and Teddy Lhaksmana are suspected of controlling multiple houses in the Cijantung housing complex in East Jakarta. State-owned houses are ‘traded’ for hundreds of millions of rupiah.

  • Ministry of Defense Director-General of Defense Strength, Air Vice Marshall N. Ponang Djawoto:  Houses for Army Personnel is Indeed Complicated
    Law

    Ministry of Defense Director-General of Defense Strength, Air Vice Marshall N. Ponang Djawoto: Houses for Army Personnel is Indeed Complicated

    The Jakarta Regional Military Command has been vacating state-owned housing allocated for military personnel over the past five years.

  • Pressed by Prosecutors
    Law

    Pressed by Prosecutors

    Two prosecutors are suspected of extorting a witness in the Hambalang sports complex corruption case. The Attorney General’s Office has not yet punished them despite clear evidence.

  • Criminalizing Corona Speech
    Law

    Criminalizing Corona Speech

    Police are arresting and questioning people considered to be creating public unrest over the coronavirus. Their criteria for doing so is seen as being vague.

  • Donations Slowed down by Bureaucracy
    Law

    Donations Slowed down by Bureaucracy

    Imports of Covid-19 medical equipment for social interest has been obstructed by complicated authorization procedures. Minister of Finance has allegedly facilitated the matter.

  • Graffiti Resistance
    Law

    Graffiti Resistance

    The police suspect that Anarko is behind a number of crimes in Java cities. The group is without strong organizations and logistics.

  • Last Footprint in South Jakarta
    Law

    Last Footprint in South Jakarta

    The KPK lost track of fugitives Nurhadi Abdurrachman and Harun Masiku. Six other suspects are on the run from the KPK, their whereabouts unknown.

  • Something Amiss in Court
    Law

    Something Amiss in Court

    A number of key witnesses in the case of acid attack against Corruption Eradication Commission investigator, Novel Baswedan, were not presented by the prosecutor to court. Their testimonies are different compared to what is described in the indictment.

  • Judges’ Age limitations
    Law

    Judges’ Age limitations

    The DPR proposes to amend articles concerning the age limit and term of office of judges in the Constitutional Court Law. Such insubstantial proposal gives rise to the suspicion of an exchange of interests.

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