Suspect of the Corruption Case of Pertamina Marine Cilacap Was Once a Senior Supervisor

CILACAP, – case corruption performed by a former officer Pertamina Marine Cilacap, Central Java is estimated to cause state losses of up to Rp 4.3 billion.

Head of the Cilacap District Attorney’s Office (Kejari), Tri Ari Mulyanto, revealed that the PA suspect (49) was suspected of abusing his authority when he was a senior supervisor.

“As a senior administrative supervisor at Marine Pertamina Cilacap in 2018, precisely between May-June was given the power to hold cash credit for fund management,” Tri said during a press conference at the Cilacap Kejari, Tuesday (4/8/2020) night.

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The managed funds are estimated to reach Rp. 24 billion in a year or around Rp. 2.2 billion every month.

“In June the suspect could not be held responsible financially, so the state losses were calculated (in total) Rp 4.3 billion,” Tri explained.

According to Tri, until now the suspect has not been able to recover the country’s losses.

When asked about the possibility of other suspects, Tri said he would conduct an examination first.

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Reported earlier, the Cilacap Kejari team captured fugitive corruption case in Pertamina Marine Cilacap with initials PA (49).

The suspect was arrested by a joint team at his home in Sleman Regency, DIY, on Tuesday (4/8/2020) at around 15:00 WIB. The suspect was then taken by car and arrived at Cilacap District At around 20:30 West Indonesia Time.

Upon arrival in Cilacap the suspect who wore a red prisoner vest immediately underwent a medical examination. The suspect was also declared non-reactive after undergoing a rapid test.

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