Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
According to him, the attitude of Bambang and Adnan Pandu Praja accompanying the DKI Provincial Government and Jakpro to the KPK seemed to be a lobby regarding the implementation Formula E.
“I think it’s disproportionate, they’re not in the KPK anymore so it’s like a lobby, lobbyists,” Gilbert told reporters on Wednesday (10/11).
Gilbert explained that Bambang Widjojanto was a member of the TGUPP. It should work for the governor, not for JakPro. Therefore, he considered that Bambang’s attitude tended to be excessive.
Gilbert hopes that the KPK will be professional in dealing with this matter.
“I hope that the KPK will show a professional attitude, not then become giddy or shy with the presence of Pandu Praja and Bung BW,” said Gilbert.
“I think the attitude of these two people is disproportionate. I don’t appreciate such an attitude to be honest. Because I think this is like lobbying,” he continued.
Previously, the Head of the DKI Jakarta Inspectorate, Syaefulloh Hidayat, and the President Director of PT Jakarta Propertindo (Jakpro) Widi Amanasto visited the KPK Red and White Building on Tuesday (9/11).
They submitted a 600-page document related to the implementation of Formula E. They were accompanied by Bambang Widjojanto and Adnan Pandu Praja when they came to the KPK.
The documents submitted to the KPK are files starting from the approval process to the preparations needed by the KPK to obtain detailed and complete information regarding
organizing a Formula E event.
PT Jakpro stated that the provision of the document was intended to emphasize that the DKI Provincial Government was transparent in accordance with open governance.