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Doubts over the Investigation of the Tin Corruption at the Attorney General’s Office

Monday, June 3, 2024

The team under the Assistant Attorney General for Special Crimes often fails to fully investigate high-profile corruption cases. Several prominent figures are only designated as witnesses.

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Assistant Attorney General for Special Crimes Febrie Adriansyah during a press conference to present the results of the state loss assessments in the case of Timah, at Attorney General’s Office, Jakarta, May 29. TEMPO/Febri Angga Palguna . tempo : 172092327572.

A MEETING of the Prosecutors Commission of the Republic of Indonesia held from the morning to noon, Thursday, May 30, covered many topics. One of them was the handling of tin trade system corruption in the mining business permit area of Timah from 2015 to 2022, which is being handled by a team under the Assistant Attorney General for Special Crimes (Jampidsus) at the Attorney General’s Office (AGO). “We asked the Jampidsus to con


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Moh. Khory Alfarizi, Fajar Febrianto, Yuni Rochmawati, and Adil Al Hasan contributed to this article.

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