KPK Investigators Working with Members of the Indonesian Doctors Association to Ensure Lukas Enembe's Health

- 28 September 2022 15:53 WIB
 Papua Governor, Lukas Enembe. (Photo/twitter @lukasEnembe)
Papua Governor, Lukas Enembe. (Photo/twitter @lukasEnembe)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – Governor of Papua Lukas Enembe has twice failed to attend the summons for an examination from the Indonesian corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) during an ongoing investigation on a bribery and gratuity case. 

papua Governor, Lukas Enembe has twice failed to attend the summons for an examination from the Indonesian corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) investigation team in cases of alleged bribery and gratuities.

To ensure Luke Enembe's health condition, the KPK will cooperate with the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI).

"We have ordered that we coordinate with the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) to examine Mr. LE (Lukas Enembe, ed) possibly in Jayapura," said Deputy Chair of the KPK, Alexander Marwata to reporters, Tuesday, September 27, 2022. 

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In addition to ensuring the health condition of the Governor of Papua, Lukas Enembe,

The medical examination with the team of doctors from IDI will determine whether Lukas Enembe is really in a sick condition so he is unable to attend the examination call.

In addition, to find out the condition of Luke's illness, whether it was severe or not, so he needed treatment abroad.

"Is it true that the person concerned is sick? And, is the illness so severe that he has to go abroad for treatment? There is no doctor in Indonesia, for example, who is able to treat the illness in question," he said.

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Meanwhile, Deputy Chairman of the corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Nawawi Pomolango will ensnare those who deliberately obstruct the investigation process of Lukas Enembe with Article 21 of the corruption Law.

Article 21 of the Anti-corruption Law stipulates that those who intentionally obstruct the investigation can be punished with imprisonment for a minimum of 3 years and a maximum of 12 years and/or a fine of a minimum of Rp. 150 million and a maximum of Rp. 600 million.

"KPK will strictly implement the provisions of Article 21 of Law 31 of 1999 (Eradication of corruption), which we know as obstruction of justice," explained Nawawi in a press release, Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

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Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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