Attorney General’s Office reported hundreds of cases of alleged corruption in the Papua Self-Reliance Special Fund

VIVA – The Deputy Attorney General for Special Crimes in the Attorney General’s Office Ali Mukartono has admitted that he has submitted hundreds of cases of alleged corruption during Papua’s Special Self-Government (Otsus) policy.

“I have reported hundreds of cases. Because, the fact is that the invitation that the DPR is giving us is in the context of the discussion of special autonomy, ”Ali told the attorney general’s office on Friday, May 28, 2021.

According to him, the data was submitted to the Papua Autonomy Special Committee (Pansus) in a joint meeting with the Attorney General’s Office, the National Police and several other related parties on Thursday, May 27, 2021.

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