Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
Governor of Papua inactive Lukas Enembe submitted a Pretrial to the South Jakarta District Court (PN) challenging the KPK’s determination of suspects in cases of alleged bribery and gratuities.
Reporting from the South Jakarta District Court’s Case Tracing Information System (SIPP) website, Lukas registered the Pretrial on Wednesday, March 29, 2023.
Lukas is suing the KPK leadership over whether or not the determination of the suspects in the alleged bribery and gratuity cases was legal. The lawsuit has been registered with case number: 29/Pid.Pra/2023/PN JKT.SEL.
“Petitioner: Lukas Enembe. Respondent: Corruption Eradication Commission cq KPK leadership,” as reported from the South Jakarta District Court’s SIPP website, Friday (31/3).
The first trial is planned to be held on Monday, April 10, 2023.
The following is the complete petitum submitted by Lukas.
1. Declare receiving and granting the applicant’s application in its entirety;
2. Declare the Investigation Warrant Number: Sprin.Dik/81/DIK.00/01/09/2022, dated 5 September 2022 which stipulates the applicant as a suspect by the respondent in connection with the criminal incident as referred to in Article 12 letter a or Article 12 letter b or Article 11 and Article 12 letter B of the Corruption Crime Eradication Law (Tipikor Law) is illegal and has no legal basis, and therefore the a quo investigation does not have binding force;
3. Declare that the determination of the applicant as a suspect made by the respondent based on the Investigation Warrant Number: Sprin.Dik/81/DIK.00/01/09/2022, dated 5 September 2022 is invalid and has no legal basis, and by therefore has no binding power;
4. Declare Letter of Detention Number: Sprin.Han/13/DIK.01.03/01/01/2023 dated 12 January 2023, Warrant for Extension of Detention Number: Sprin.Han/13B.2023/DIK.01.03/01/01/2023 dated January 20, 2023, and a Warrant for Extension of Detention from the Chairman of the Central Jakarta District Court Number: 76/Tah.Pid.Sus/TPK/III/PN.Jkt.Pst dated March 2, 2023 which was carried out by the respondent in relation to the criminal incident referred to in the determination the status of the suspect against the applicant as referred to in Article 12 letter a or Article 12 letter b or Article 11 and Article 12 letter B of the Corruption Law is illegal and has no legal basis, and therefore the a quo detention has no binding power and must be declared illegal ;
5. Declare invalid all decisions or decisions issued further by the respondent relating to the determination of the suspect, detention, further detention and investigation of the applicant by the respondent;
6. Ordered the respondent to issue a detention order by placing the applicant in a hospital/hospital and/or city detention with all the legal consequences;
7. Determine and order the applicant to be released from detention.
8. Restore the applicant’s rights in terms of ability, position and dignity.
9. Determine the cost of the matter arising in the matter a quo to be borne by the state.
10. Or when the Honorable judge thinks otherwise, ask for a just verdict (Ex Aequo Et Bono).
Lukas is being processed by the KPK for alleged bribery and gratuities. He is suspected of receiving Rp 1 billion in bribes from the director of PT Tabi Bangun Papua (TBP) Rijatono Lakka.
The bribes were allegedly related to an infrastructure project at the PUTR Office of the Papua Provincial Government.
The KPK suspects that Lukas also received gratuities worth IDR 10 billion. However, the anti-corruption agency has not disclosed the gratification parties.
More than 90 witnesses including digital forensic experts, forensic accounting experts to experts from health have been examined to complete the dossier on the alleged bribery and gratification of Lukas.
During this investigation process, the KPK also confiscated around IDR 50.7 billion and froze accounts of IDR 81.8 billion and S$31,559.
Apart from that, the KPK has also confiscated gold bars, several precious stone rings and four cars allegedly related to the case.
Some time ago, the KPK admitted that it would investigate the alleged money laundering crime (TPPU) allegedly committed by Lukas.