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The House Investigates Bahlil Lahadalia in Mining Permits Revocation

Monday, April 15, 2024

The role of Bahlil Lahadalia in revoking mining business licenses draws attention of the House of Representatives and civil society groups, amidst concerns of possible licensing corruption.

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Minister of Investment/Head of the Investment Coordinating Board, Bahlil Lahadalia (in black suit), attends a work meeting with the Commission VI of the House of Representatives at the parliament complex, Senayan, Jakarta, April 1. ANTARA/Aditya Pradana Putra . tempo : 172091772192.

A CLOSED-DOOR meeting of the Investment Commission of the House of Representatives (DPR) was suddenly convened on Tuesday afternoon, April 2. During the meeting in the Commission’s waiting room, several leaders and members of the Commission discussed the controversy surrounding the revocation of mining business permits (IUP) involving Minister of Investment/Head of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Bahlil Lahadalia.

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Erwan Hermawan and Egy Adyatama contributed to this article.

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