Trails of Corruption in Papua
Monday, 26 September 2022
The Corruption Eradication Commission named Papua Governor Lukas Enembe a suspect in connection with Rp1 billion in gratuities. Hundreds of billions of rupiah went to Singapore casinos and an Australian bank.
MEETING with Corruption Eradication Commission’s (KPK) Director of Criminal Investigation Brig. Gen. Asep Guntur Rahayu, on Friday, September 23, the legal team of Papua Governor Lukas Enembe requested that questioning be postponed. Lukas’ spokesperson, Muhammad Rifai Darus, who was present during that meeting, said that his boss was ready to be questioned once his health improves. “His leg is swollen,” he told Tempo.
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