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    The importance of President Jokowi Loby of the Malaysian Government to repatriate Djoko Tjandra

    Minggu, 19 Juli 2020, 17:43 WIB Last Updated 2020-07-19T10:43:41Z
     The importance of President Jokowi Loby of the Malaysian Government to repatriate Djoko Tjandra

    BERITASOLO ■ The Indonesian Anti-Corruption Society (MAKI) believes that Djoko Tjandra is in Malaysia. This was said by the MAKI Coordinator, Boyamin Saiman based on a number of facts from the latest events.

    Boyamin said that in October 2019 a lawyer from Indonesia and his client had met with Djoko Tjandra on the 105th floor of the Signature 106 building, the Tun Razak Echange Malaysia complex. The meeting was in order to offer client apartments to Djoko Tjandra.

    "That lawyer, I know him quite well. Because he once joined my office Boyamin Saiman Lawfirm," Boyamin said in a written statement to the media on Sunday (7/19).

    In addition, based on the statement of Djoko Tjandra's legal team, Anita Kolopaking, who said that fugitive Bank Bali corruption cases were in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    "Based on the facts, Djoko Tjandra lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia," Boyamin said.

    Boyamin considers it necessary to lobby and negotiate between the Governments of Indonesia and Malaysia to repatriate Djoko Tjandra to that country. In addition, Djoko Tjandra has also deceived law enforcement officers in Indonesia.

    "It takes the role of Indonesian President Joko Widodo to carry out high-level diplomacy with Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyidin Yassin to repatriate Djoko Tjandra to Indonesia," he concluded.

    To note, Djoko Tjandra is a convict of the Bank Bali case worth Rp904 billion handled by the Attorney General's Office. The Attorney General had detained Djoko on 29 September 1999 until August 2000. However, a South Jakarta District Court judge ruled that Djoko was released, because his actions were not criminal but civil.

    Not satisfied with the judge's decision, the Attorney General's Office submitted a judicial review to the Supreme Court in October 2008. The panel of judges sentenced Djoko to two years in prison and a Rp15 million fine.

    In fact, Djoko's money at Bank Bali was Rp. 546,166 billion must be confiscated by the state. Immigration then prevented Djoko from leaving the country. However, Djoko escaped from Indonesia to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, on June 10, 2009, the day before the Supreme Court issued its case decision.

    The AGO then set Djoko as a fugitive. However, until now Djoko Tjandra has not been arrested.



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