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The Selection Process for Director General of Mineral and Coal Doesn’t Escape KPK’s Attention

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The Selection Process for Director General of Mineral and Coal Doesn’t Escape KPK’s Attention

Jakarta, Timerilis.com – The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) continues to deepen the alleged corruption process of cutting ASN Performance Allowances (Tukin) at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM).

KPK Investigation Director Asep Guntur said that his party continues to develop this case from information obtained from the public, one of which is the ongoing selection of high-ranking officials at the ESDM Ministry.

“Thank you for the information, please convey it to us. So indeed we need, especially strategic positions, any information from colleagues, especially regarding Tipikor, please convey it to us, especially since the KPK has its section that does monitoring,” Asep told reporters at the KPK’s Red and White Building, Wednesday (3/29/2023).

Currently, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources is conducting an open selection process for filling vacancies for the position of Director General (Dirjen) of Mineral and Coal (Minerba) and Expert Staff for Natural Resources Economics.

In the process, there are twelve high-ranking officials from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and other ministries/institutions. Seven in the Director General of Mineral and Coal and five in the Expert Staff for Natural Resources Economics.

Up until now, KPK has named ten suspects allegedly involved in this case. KPK will also summon the Acting Director General of Mineral and Coal Idris F. Sihite in the examination process this week.

“The point is that we will solve the case legally where the money moves, like that. Moving up or to the side and down, whoever we are looking for so that it’s clear,” explained Asep.

So far, the KPK has secured several documents regarding salary slips and others as evidence. The KPK uses the ‘Follow The Money’ method by tracing the flow of money for this alleged corruption. (Eva/Rd)