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Three Banten provincial administration officers stand accused of corruption in grant distribution to around 3,000 Islamic boarding schools. The prosecutor leaves out Banten Governor Wahidin Halim.

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The trial of the corruption of Islamic boarding school grant with one of the defendants, former chief of People’s Welfare Bureau Irvan Santoso (seen on monitor, wearing a white mask), at the Serang Corruption Court, Banten, October 18. Photo: Muhammad Iqbal . tempo : 170230887198.

CHIEF justice at the Serang Corruption Court Slamet Widodo gave the former head of Banten Province Development Administration Bureau, Mahdani, a barrage of questions during the trial on Monday, October 18. Slamet was presiding over the trial of the corruption case of grant distribution from the Banten provincial administration to more than 3,000 Islamic boarding schools in 2018 and 2020, which allegedly inflicted a loss of up to Rp


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