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Sudrajad Dimyati’s Growing Wealth

Monday, October 17, 2022

Sudrajad Dimyati once failed to make Supreme Court justice because of a bribery scandal in a restroom inside the DPR building. His wealth multiplied when he became a high court judge.

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Sudrajad Dimyati, as Supreme Court Justice candidate, fulfilling the Judicial Commission summons for an investigation related to the alleged transactions he carried out with members of Commission III of the House of Representatives in Jakarta, September 26, 2013. TEMPO/Dasril Roszandi/File Photo . tempo : 171877221413.

SUDRAJAD Dimyati’s career hangs in the balance after the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) named him a corruption suspect on Friday, September 23. The KPK has detained the 64-year-old judge along with nine others believed to be involved in bribery related to Intidana Savings and Loans Cooperative (KSP Intidana) cases.

First, the KPK named Dimyati as a suspect in the bribery case. The Supreme Court dismissed him as an Supreme Court ju

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