TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Anti-graft watchdog Indonesia Memanggil 57 or IM57 Institute has urged the Oversight Board of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) to seriously deal with reports of its senior official Lili Pintauli Siregar who allegedly received a gratuity while watching 2022 MotoGP in Mandalika.
IM57 felt that the allegation should not be taken lightly as the latter has been proven to have violated a serious code of ethics.
“Repeated criminal acts carry a heavier penalty,” IM57 President Praswad Nugraha said in a written statement on Tuesday (April 12th).
Additionally, he added, Lili is the vice president of the law enforcement agency.
“If the report of the violation is proven to be true, the Council should consider it a repeated act and the sanction should be dismissal of Lily as one of the KPK leaders,” he said. declared.
According to him, severe sanctions must be taken in order to prove the ethical standards of the KPK and improve public confidence in the national anti-corruption agency.
The Council’s permissive actions, he continued, would only hurt the mentality of KPK employees. It is feared that they are following the illicit footsteps of their leaders who are suspected of having violated ethics on several occasions.
KPK Supervisory Board Received Report on Alleged Corruption Involving Mandalika-Linked Lili MotoGP Event. Councilman Harjono said his side is still investigating the matter.
Lili and the KPK spokesperson have yet to respond to Temporequest for reports to date.
Previously reported, the KPK Supervisory Board found KPK Vice President Lili Pintauli Siregar guilty of an ethics violation for staying in close contact with the inactive Mayor of Tanjungbalai, Mr Syahrial, who was doing under investigation by the KPK. However, the Council only issued a mild sanction in the form of a pay cut.
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