1NEWS – The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) confiscated documents related to the case against the inactive Ambon Mayor Richard Louhenapessy.
According to the Acting KPK Spokesman Ali Fikri, his agency confiscated the proposed documents, the approval of the project permit, and records of the alleged determination of the project fee value.
Ali said the evidence was found during a search at the Public Works (PU) office and the Ambon One Stop Service Investment Service (DPMPTSP) office.
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“Various documents were found and secured related to various proposed documents, permit approvals, and the value of project fees in these two locations,” said Ali Fikri at the Red-Puith Building, Thursday (19/5).
According to him, the evidence has the potential to clarify the case being handled by the anti-corruption agency.
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“The evidence in question will soon be confiscated and analyzed,” he said.
Ali also said the document would be confirmed with relevant witnesses to complete the case file for suspect Richard Louhenapessy.
As is known, apart from Richard Louhenapessy, the KPK has also named administrative staff led by the Ambon City Government Andrew Erin Hehanusa, and Alfamidi staff named Amri as suspects.
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