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Linda Trianita reports on corruption and criminal issues and currently oversees Tempo’s legal desk as an editor.

The Brawijaya University graduate joined Tempo in 2013 and is involved in multiple international programs such Tempo institute’s Investigation with Tempo (IBT) and the Free Press Unlimited report on the use of palm plantation lands by multinational corporations.

Linda also participated in the Oslo Tropical Forest Forum 2018 in Norway.


Trade Minister Muhammad Lutfi inspects the availability of cooking oil and other basic necessities at the Kebayoran Lama Market, Jakarta, March 9.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
KPK Chairman Firli Bahuri (right) and BPK Chair Isma Yatun (left), present the suspect Bogor Regent Ade Yasin (center) after she was arrested in a sting operation, at the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, April 28.
TEMPO/Imam Sukamto
Second Brig. (Pol) Randy Bagus Hari Sasongko is detained at the East Java Police Headquarters.
East Java Police Doc.

Justice for Novia

The Mojokerto District Court in East Java gave a lighter sentence to Randy Bagus Hari Sasongko than demanded by the prosecutors. He was only indicted under an article on abortion, not on sexual violence, which he committed against Novia Widyasari Rahayu.

Law Edisi : Monday, 9 May 2022

Headmistress Nyai Afwah Mumtazah conducts a class at the Kempek Islamic Boarding School, April 21.

Nyai Gender’s Safehouse

Afwah Mumtazah, the administrator of the Kempek Islamic Boarding School in Cirebon, West Java, dedicates her educational institution to be a safe house for victims of sexual violence. She reshapes the educational model for equality for female boarding school students.

Cover Story Edisi : Thursday, 28 April 2022

Director of Special Economic Criminal Act of National Police’s Criminal Investigation Department Police Brig. Gen. Whisnu Hermawan (left) an Chief of General Information of the National Police’s Public Relations Division Sr. Comr. Gatot Repli Handoko (right) during the presentation of evidence in the Binomo illegal binary option investment case with Suspect Indra Kesuma or Indra Kenz (center) at the National Police Headquarters, Jakarta, March 25.
Deforestation due to nickel mining in the Mandiodo Block, North Konawe, Southeast Sulawesi, March 24.
TEMPO/ Budhy Nurgianto
Rudy Salim at his car showroom.
Prestige Motorcars CEO Rudy Salim during an interview in Jakarta, March 18.
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
A member of the Network for Women’s Rights Defenders for Victims of Sexual Violence hanging clothes worn by victims of sexual offence during a protest in front of the DPR building, Jakarta, December 22, 2021.
TEMPO/M Taufan Rengganis
Jakasetia III State Primary School in Bekasi where part of the school was taken over by the government to construct the Indonesia-China Fast Train project.
Tempo/Linda Trianita
Court proceedings of a tax gratification case, with defendant Wawan Ridwan (left) and Alfred Simanjuntak (right), at the Corruption Criminal Court in Jakarta, February 2, 2022. TEMPO/Linda Trianita
Bekasi City Mayor Rahmat Effendi, along with other suspects, wears the orange detention vests after being questioned at the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, January 6.
TEMPO/Imam Sukamto
The house of Mochamad Ardian Noervianto, former Director-General of Regional Finance of the Home Affairs Ministry, in Cempaka Putih, Jakarta, January 6.
TEMPO/Tony Hartawan
Officers from the Blitar City Police investigate the scene where a student committed suicide at the state high school SMAN 1 Srengat, Blitar Regency, East Java, December 20, 2021. 
Blitar Police Public Relations Doc.
Madani Boarding School in Cibiru, Bandung, West Java, December 10, 2021. TEMPO/Prima Mulia
Pancasila Youth National Leadership Council Chairman Yapto Soerjosoemarno.
TEMPO/ Novi Kartika
Members of the Pancasila Youth organization protesting in front of the DPR Building, Senayan, Jakarta, November 25.
TEMPO/Ridho Fadilla
The Cooperation, Promotion, and Data Center of the Directorate-General of Intellectual Property Rights of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights in Jalan Daan Mogot, Tangerang, Banten, which was converted into a Covid-19 Emergency Independent Isolation House, December 2.
TEMPO/Dwi Nur A. Y.
Activists protesting the involvement of House of Representatives members Herman Herry and Ihsan Yunus in the Covid-19 social assistance corruption scandal, at the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, in February.
TEMPO/Imam Sukamto
Political science professor from the University of Indonesia (UI), Prof. Burhan Magenda, at the Corruption Court, Jakarta, September 10, 2012.
TEMPO/STR/Seto Wardhana
Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) Task Force confiscates the assets of Tommy Suharto’s Timor Putra Nasional, in Karawang, West Java, November 5.
BLBI Task Force Doc.
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
Chief of Public Relations of the South Sulawesi Police, Sr. Comr. E. Zulpan giving information regarding the alleged rape case in East Luwu, October 8.
Tempo/ Didit Hariyadi
KPK Chair Firli Bahuri (second from left) and National Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo (center), after a meeting at the KPK Building, Jakarta, February 9, 2020.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto
Elder Malamoi (right) walking with the Regent of Sorong, Jhony Kamuru in Aimas, Sorong Regency, West Papua, September 10. The Malamoi indigenous people together with the Indonesian Malamoi Intellectual Association (PIMI) show their support for Jhony Kamuru who is sued by palm oil companies for revoking their licenses, at the Jayapura State Administrative Court (PTUN).
Antara/Olha Beginnda
Students in the face-to-face learning at Pondok Labu 14 State Elementary School, South Jakarta, August 3. A total of 610 schools in the capital city held limited face-to-face learning with strict health protocols.
Antara/Sigid Kurniawan
KPK investigator Stepanus Robin Pattuju at the indictment reading in the Corruption Court, Jakarta, September 13.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto
South Sumatran Police Chief Insp. Gen. Firli Bahuri (left) shakes hands with the Chairman of the Law Commission of the DPR, Aziz Syamsudin, after participating in the fit-and-proper test of the candidates for KPK leadership at the DPR, Jakarta, September 9, 2019.
Tempo/Amston Probel
House Deputy Speaker Aziz Syamsuddin in an online follow-up trial as a witness with the defendant non-active Tanjungbalai Mayor, M. Syahrial, conducted by the Medan Corruption Crime Court from the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, July 26.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto
Probolinggo Regent Puput Tantriana Sari wearing the orange detainee vest after being questioned by the KPK at the KPK building, Jakarta, August 31. The KPK arrested Puput Tantriana Sari and her husband Hasan Aminuddin, and secured evidence of Rp326,500,000, in a sting operation on August 30 for their involvement in the alleged bribery case related to the selection of village heads in Probolinggo Regency.
Antara/Hafidz Mubarak A

The End of Probolinggo’s Corrupt Couple

Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) investigators arrested Probolinggo Regent Puput Tantriana Sari and her husband Hasan Aminuddin, for their alleged involvement in trading administrative appointments. The KPK has been following this possible corruption case for two years, but was unsuccessful to make arrests until now as sting operation plans were frequently leaked.

Law Edisi : Monday, 6 September 2021

West Sumatra BPBD office, August 26.
Tempo/Irwanda Saputra
Former South Sumatra Governor Alex Noerdin (center) after being questioned at the Attorney General’s Office, Jakarta, July 29. Alex Noerdin was investigated in connection with the alleged corruption in the construction of the Sriwijaya Great Mosque in Palembang which cost the state finances Rp116 billion.
Antara/Indrianto Eko Suwarso

Sumsel 1 on the Second Page

Former governor of South Sumatra, Alex Noerdin, is implicated in the Sriwijaya Grand Mosque construction graft case. A record held by the project management shows that billions of rupiah were given to “Sumsel 1,” a code suspected to refer to the number one person in the province.

Law Edisi : Monday, 23 August 2021

Alex Noerdin in Jakarta, May 2018.
Tempo/M.Taufan Rengganis
Hoegeng Iman Santoso at the beginning of his career as the National Police chief, 1968.
Family Doc.
The South Sumatra Police Chief Insp. Gen. Eko Indra Heri when explaining the Rp2 trillion donation hoax in his office, August 6.
Tempo/Linda Trianita
The South Sumatra Police Chief Insp. Gen. Eko Indra Heri (left) accepts a donation of Rp2 trillion from the late entrepreneur Akidi Tio’s family for Covid-19 handling, July 26.
South Sumatra Police’s Doc.

Anxiously Waiting for Rp2 Trillion

South Sumatra Police Chief Insp. Gen. Eko Indra Heri admitted his negligence of too quickly believing a promised donation of Rp2 trillion from the family of Akidi Tio. Intended to help Covid-19 mitigation efforts, the inheritance is allegedly fictitious. The donator, Heryanti, has only Rp3.2 million in her bank account.

Law Edisi : Monday, 9 August 2021

An officer holds the evidence of lobster larvae at the Palembang customs supervision and service office, South Sumatra, June 18.
Antara/Nova Wahyudi

New Power to Investigate Money Laundering

Investigators at government ministries and state institutions now have the authority to investigate money-laundering cases. The Constitutional Court granted the request for a material review of Article 74 of the Law on the Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering, and cancelled the interpretation that only six institutions has the right to hunt down those committing that crime. This has the potential to return over tens of trillion of rupiah of state funds.

Law Edisi : Monday, 2 August 2021

KPK investigator Muchamad Praswad Nugraha (right) leads the reconstruction of the social affairs ministry’s social assistance corruption case at the KPK’s ACLC building, Jakarta, in February.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto

Between Techniques and Ethics

The Supervisory Board of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) found two investigators in a corruption case involving Covid-19 pandemic social assistance guilty of committing ethics violations. The Board considered the investigators had harassed and abused a witness in that case. There is concern that this will affect the verdict in the trial of former Minister of Social Affairs Juliari Peter Batubara.

Law Edisi : Monday, 26 July 2021

Member of the KPK’s Supervisory Board, Albertina Ho, during an interview and photo session with Tempo at the old KPK building, Jakarta, Wednesday, January 2020.
Tempo/M Taufan Rengganis/File Photo
Pinangki Sirna Malasari, defendant in the Djoko Tjandra bribery case in the arrangement of the Supreme Court’s verdict, in a verdict reading trial at the Corruption Court, Jakarta, in February. Pinangki was sentenced to 10 years in prison plus a fine of Rp600 million, subsidiary to 6 months in prison.
Antara/ Reno Esnir
Imported gold bearing Heraeus Fine Gold 999.9 weighing 1,000 grams at the Soekarno-Hatta Type C Customs Office in 2020. 
Special Photo
Corruption Eradication Commission Chairman Firli Bahuri
Tempo/Imam Sukamto

What Would Be My Interest in Making a List?

Corruption Eradication Commission Chairman Commissioner General Firli Bahuri is suspected to have initiated the elimination of 75 employees. There are reports that Firli had created a list of names of people to be dismissed from the KPK even before the status transfer to civil servants was discussed. Firli denied these allegations in this interview.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 7 June 2021

Cho Ju-bin, leader of South Korea’s online sexual blackmail ring 'Nth room', walks out of a police station as he is transferred to a prosecutor's office in Seoul, South Korea, in March 2020.
Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji/Pool
Santri City Alliance Against Sexual Violence demonstration at the East Java Regional Police, in 2020.
Hilda Meilisa Rinanda/detikcom.
Watu Putih Resort in Malangan, Borobudur subdistrict, Magelang, Central Java, March 29. The luxurious property is suspected of belonging to Angin Prayitno Aji, a tax bribery suspect and former director for inspection of the taxation directorate-general.
Tempo/Shinta Maharani

Angin at Menoreh Hill

The Corruption Eradication Commission KPK is looking into a resort owned by the former director of the Directorate General for Tax Audit and Collection, Angin Prayitno Aji. There is suspicion the money came from tax bribery. Many of the assets are under other people’s names.

Law Edisi : Monday, 26 April 2021

Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD greets journalists during his visit to Surabaya, East Java, March 17.
Antara/Didik Suhartono

If They Don't Pay, We Will Go After Them

Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Mohammad Mahfud Md. is threatening debtors of the Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) funds, including Sjamsul Nursalim, with sequestering (gijzeling) if they fail to pay what they owe to BLBI. They can also face criminal charges.

Law Edisi : Monday, 19 April 2021

Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD (right) greeted by the Attorney General ST Burhanuddin as at the Attorney General’s Office, Jakarta, March 15.
Tempo/Hilman Fathurrahman W
Dian Yulia Novi (second from left), arrested in 2016 on suspicion of plotting to blow herself up outside the Presidential Palace in Jakarta during a changing of the guard ceremony, stands trial along with her husband Muhammad Nur Solihin (second from right) and co-defendants Ika Puspita Sari (left) and Agus Supriyadi in a court in Jakarta in June 2017.
Reuters/Agoes Rudianto
Police officers looking at a motorcycle used by the suicide bombers outside the Makassar Cathedral Church in South Sulawesi, March 29.
Antara/Arnas Padda
Chief, Comr. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar, leads an internal meeting at the BNPT, March 15.
A laptop showing Rizieq Shihab’s trial at the East Jakarta District Court, Jakarta, March 26.
Antara/Galih Pradipta
The Rp52.3 billion confiscated money in the lobster larvae export corruption case at the Corruption Eradication Commission building, Jakarta, March 15.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto
The Directorate-General of Taxation headquarters in Jakarta, March 4.

Secret Tax Negotiations

The Corruption Eradication Commission is scrutinizing alleged tax audit bribery by 165 companies. Only three cases have been elevated into an investigation status, with estimated corruption reaching to Rp50 billion. One of these companies is owned by coal businessman Andi Syamsuddin Arsyad, known as Haji Isam.


Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 8 March 2021

A villa belonging to Gories Mere in Kerangan, Torro Lemma Batu Kallo, East Nusa Tenggara, sits on a 30-hectare land.
Tempo/ Akhyar M. Nur
Former Pelindo II CEO Richard Joost Lino after the pre-trial hearing of the container cranes procurement corruption case at the South Jakarta District Court, April 26, 2016. 
Tempo/Wisnu Agung Prasetyo
Cristian Jaya Kusuma alias Sancai, a drug dealer held at the Pekalongan prison, is escorted out from the Provincial Narcotics Agency (BNNP) office in Semarang, Central Java, to be taken to Jakarta, January 2018.
Tempo/STR/Budi Purwanto
The distribution of social assistance for 1,590 food packages from the Ministry of Social Affairs for residents in Gunung Kidul and 2,206 food packages from the Ministry of Social Affairs for residents in  Bantul, Yogyakarta, November 2020. 
Dok. Ministry of Social RI

Aid Packages for the Red Party

A number of PDI-P’s elite members allegedly benefiting from the social affairs ministry’s aid project meant for people impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. With several businessmen in their pockets, the party’s officials received quotas of millions of packages. Puan Maharani’s name is mentioned in the investigation.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 25 January 2021

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