A Caribbean Detour
Monday, 26 October 2020
Dirgantara Indonesia and its partner companies used a shell company overseas to distribute kickbacks. The same account was used in a bribery for the Indonesian Maritime Security Agency.
A receipt from Bumiloka Tegar Perkasa threw Francyanto Widjaja, a dentist, inside the Corruption Eradication Commission’s (KPK) radar. In 2014, Bumiloka sent Francyanto Rp1.5 billion. According to the receipt, the money was “Appreciation for Senayan.”
When contacted via telephone, Francyanto admitted to having received money from Bumiloka. Besides a dental practice, the 70-year-old man has a money changer business. “...
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