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Supriyono claimed that it was common practice in Kemenpora to borrow from other funding sources to meet the ministry's requirements., Jakarta – Treasurer to Assistant of the Youth and Sports Ministry (Kemenpora) for National Sports Achievement Improvement for 2017-2018 Supriyono claimed it was common for the Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI) to give a “fee” to the ministry.

“Generally, KONI prepares a ‘commitment fee’ for proposals that are already liquid. As far as I know, officials, who were directly related to the proposal for grant funds submitted by KONI, included PPK (Commitment Making Officials), KPA (Budget User Proxies), verification team, and treasurer,” Supriyono remarked at a hearing at the Jakarta Corruption Court (Tipikor) on Monday (13/5/2019).

Supriyono testified for Deputy IV in the field of Sports Achievement Improvement of the Youth and Sports Ministry Mulyana, charged with receiving bribe in the form of a Fortuner worth Rp480 million, cash totaling Rp400 million, and a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 totaling some Rp900 million from the Indonesian National Sports Committee Secretary General (KONI) Ending Fuad Hamidy and General Treasurer (Bendum) KONI Johny E. Awuy.

“I have spoken to Mr. Ending. It has been like that since I entered the Deputy for Sports in 2017, before I was in Youth for the 2008-2017 period,” Supriyono added.

Supriyono, who had agreed to giving bribes, said that it was done in agreement with KONI Secretary General Ending Fuad Hamidy.

“The ‘fee’ I gave was to Pak Ulum to please the minister,” Supriyono revealed.

Supriyono also claimed to have received the “fee” allotment.

“I have been given the Idul Ftri holiday bonuses (THR) 2018 of Rp50 million, I have also received Rp250 million money to purchase a Fortuner,” Supriyono added.

Speaking in connection with handing over the money, Supriyono elaborated that Ending had contacted him since the assistance to KONI had not come, so Supriyono also suggested that Ending hold a direct conversation with Mulyana, as Deputy IV of the ministry, or speak to Miftahul Ulum to deliver to the minister.

“I do not know why it is not liquid, but Mr. Mulyana had once said that the assistance to KONI in 2018 was perhaps not disbursed. I thereafter suggested that I try to directly contact Pak Ulum, so that it was immediately disbursed to the minister. I assumed that the minister had immediately ordered that Mr. Mul to not be refused,” Supriyono noted.

Supriyono claimed that it was common practice in Kemenpora to borrow from other funding sources to meet the ministry’s requirements.

“In July 2017, the bill has accumulated until the September 2017 activities. All bills used at the Ministry of Youth and Sports have yet to be paid, as we use several new loans after paying the liquid money. In early 2018, we had conducted activities, but until April, no disbursement was done, so I approached KONI to borrow Rp1 billion,” Supriyono added.

Supriyono, among others, used the Rp1 billion to purchase a Fortuner car for Deputy IV of the Youth and Sports Ministry Mulyana, who had asked to buy a new car.

“Many open and close. Lots of loans since the operational budget does not yet exist. There is also still a debt for the 2017 Sea Games activities in Malaysia,” Supriyono noted.

Granting bribes to Mulyana was intended to disburse two grants, specifically the first task grant proposal to conduct the supervision and assistance tasks of the National Sports achievement improvement program at the 18th Asian Games and the 3rd Asian Para Games in 2018, worth Rp30 billion, and both supervisory proposals and assistance with selection of prospective athletes and coaches for outstanding athletes in 2018, with disbursements worth Rp17.971 billion. (jtr)

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Presidential Candidate for 2019, Prabowo Subianto and 2019 Vice President Candidate, Sandiaga Uno at a press conference at Jalan Kertanegara, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Wednesday (05/22/2019)., Jakarta – Prabowo Subianto’s brother, Hashim Djojohadikusumo, has been appointed to represent the Prabowo-Sandi pair in filing a lawsuit at the Constitutional Court (MK) to challenge presidential election results.

“Mr. Hashim Djojohadikusumo has been appointed to lead our team of lawyers. Tomorrow, prior to the deadline, a team of lawyers will file a lawsuit at the Constitutional Court,” Vice Presidential candidate number 02 Sandiaga Uno said here on Thursday (23/5/2019).

Speaking at the residence of Presidential candidate number 02 Prabowo Subianto on Kertanegara IV Street, Uno said filing the lawsuit at MK was a measure that the Prabowo-Sandi pair will take to ensure that they remain on the constitutional road.

On Friday, the Prabowo-Sandi pair will announce its team of lawyers who will represent them at the Constitutional Court, he said, adding that senior lawyer Otto Hasibuan’s role in the team would also be disclosed on Friday.

Coordinator of the Prabowo-Sandi camp’s Spokesperson Dahnil Anzar Simanjuntak said earlier that his group’s team of lawyers would comprise Rikrik Rizkian, Bambang Widjojanto, Irman Putra Sidin, and Denny Indrayana.

The General Elections Commission (KPU) has announced the final results of the recent parliamentary and presidential elections, detailing the victory of the Joko Widodo (Jokowi)-Ma’ruf Amin pair on early Tuesday.

The final tally that the KPU announced at around 1:28 a.m. indicated that the Jokowi- Amin pair had secured 85 million votes, or 55.5 percent of the national vote, as compared to contenders Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno’s with 68 million votes, or 44.5 percent.

The Jokowi-Amin pair declared victory, while the Prabowo-Sandi pair rejected the KPU’s official results and vowed to challenge it by filing an official complaint with the Constitutional Court (MK).

This unfinished political process sparked a mass protest from the Prabowo-Sandi pair’s supporters, who alleged massive fraud during the presidential elections.

The police allowed demonstrators to stage a rally until they finished performing Tarawih, the evening prayers during the holy month of Ramadan. As told by National Police spokesman Brig. Gen. Dedi Prasetyo, peaceful demonstrators left the Bawaslu building area at around 9 p.m. local time.

However, according to Prasetyo, two hours later, some 100 people again gathered in front of the Bawaslu building and destroyed the barbed-wired barricades. Instead of leaving the scene, they attacked the police by throwing stones, wood, and Molotov cocktails at them.

Tensions rose and led to a riot in the Tanah Abang area of Central Jakarta from Tuesday evening to early Wednesday (22/5/2019).

The post-election riot has claimed eight lives and injured 541 rioters, as of Thursday at 11.00 a.m., Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan said. (sya)

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Inspector General Muhammad Iqbal, of the National Police., Jakarta – The Indonesian Police will set up a team to investigate the deaths of seven demonstrators during the post-election protest held in a number of areas in Jakarta on May 21-22, 2019.

“The number of dead victims is seven. This is based on reports that we have received, while nine police officers suffered injuries,” Inspector General Muhammad Iqbal, spokesman of the National Police, said here on Thursday (23/5/2019).

Chief of the Indonesian Police, General Tito Karnavian, has appointed Commissioner General Moechgiyarto, inspector of the Police General Supervision, to lead the investigation team.

The team will work to determine the cause of the deaths and investigate all aspects of the clashes with demonstrators.

He said police officers did not bring live bullets when securing the protest, but were armed with shields, batons, and helmets. They were also supported by water cannons and tear gas.

The Police procedure in dealing with demonstrators prioritizes persuasion, human approaches and displaying police symbols, he said.

He noted that the Police response is always proportional between how large a threat is and the strength of the police forces in dealing with a large demonstration.

Meanwhile, Governor of Jakarta Anies Baswedan said on Thursday that the death count of demonstrators climbed to eight, while 737 were injured.

Also, some 300 people were arrested by Police during the two-days of clashes. (shk)

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Secretary General of the Muhammadiyah Central Leadership, Abdul Mu'ti., Jakarta – The disturbances which took place in several areas in Jakarta should be investigated, the Muhammadiyah Central Leadership has said.

“The riots must be thoroughly investigated and resolved through legal channels,” Secretary General of the Muhammadiyah Central Leadership Abdul Mu’ti said in Jakarta on Thursday (23/5/2019).

He remarked that the chaos had tarnished the nation’s democracy, which is based on wisdom. He noted that the perpetrators were anarchists who seek to damage the life of the nation and state.

Abdul Mu’ti praised the attitudes of presidential and vice presidential candidates who competed in a healthy manner and resolved election problems using constitutional methods.

The presidential candidates conveyed positive statements in the face of the national political situation.

“All parties should promote practices of statesmanship. As a result, the entire democratic process runs well,” Abdul Mu’ti stated.

In addition, he said, the Constitutional Court (MK), when handling complaints, should reflect the nation’s aspirations and carry out its functions fairly, objectively, professionally, and independently.

The MK should take note of violations and frauds that have strong evidence, in a bid to meet the demands of justice.

The Constitutional Court’s decision must be respected and all parties must end the political process of the 2019 Election in a constitutional manner, he said.

Abdul Mu’ti also stated that all parties should re-unite to develop Indonesia.

Chairperson of the Muhammadiyah Central Leadership Haedar Nashir earlier insisted that presidential candidate number 01 Joko Widodo (Jokowi) meet with presidential candidate number 02 Prabowo at the earliest to put an end to tensions arising after the vote count by the General Election Commission (KPU).

“The Muhammadiyah central executive board has, since the start, along with Islamic organizations, met with Vice President Jusuf Kalla and have put forth an appeal and invitation that Jokowi and Prabowo meet,” Nashir remarked.

Based upon the statements of Jokowi and Prabowo, Nashir believes that the duo are attempting to establish a friendship.

“It might be a matter of time. Yesterday, we heard President Jokowi conveying a positive statement and an invitation to end the tensions in this situation. Moreover, Prabowo and Sandi also said that all should follow the constitutional path, and there should be no violence and all should remain peaceful,” Nashir noted. (ant)

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