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16 Individuals Involved in Transactions IDR349 Trillion Revealed

The Finance Ministry has disclosed the identities of current and former employees implicated in transactions totaling IDR 349 trillion, which has been extensively discussed following comments by the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Mahfud MD.

Rinaldi Azka

10 Jun 2023 - 02.22
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16 Individuals Involved in Transactions IDR349 Trillion Revealed

Photo of Indonesian Ministry of Finance office, Jakarta. A number of employees and former employees of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise and the Directorate General of Tax of the Ministry of Finance are included in the list of suspicious transactions worth IDR349 trillion./Bisnis.

Bisnis, JAKARTA – The Finance Ministry has responded to the release of a list containing the names of employees and former employees involved in transactions worth IDR 349 trillion. 

Yustinus Prastowo, the spokesperson for the Finance Ministry, confirmed that out of the 16 names mentioned in the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) report, nine of them were either current employees or former employees of the Ministry of Finance. 

He clarified this in an official statement released on Friday (6/9/2023), stating that nine of the individuals listed were affiliated with the Ministry of Finance.

Prastowo emphasized the Finance Ministry’s unwavering commitment to preventing and addressing any irregularities. 

He stated that the ministry actively collaborates with various law enforcement agencies such as the PPATK, KPK, Police, and Attorney General's Office to ensure comprehensive law enforcement actions. 

He further expressed gratitude to all parties who have consistently supported and assisted the Ministry of Finance in its efforts to enhance, reform, and strengthen its institutions.

"We are currently conducting follow-up actions in a measurable, objective, and transparent manner, under the supervision of the TPPU Task Force led by the Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs," he stated.



The following are the details of the nine individuals and their involvement in the IDR349 trillion transactions:

1. Andhi Pramono – Customs Officer, still under investigation 

2. Eddi Setiadi – Former Head of Tax Audit and Investigation Bandung Office One, Cassation Decision 2010, 7 Years 6 Months in Prison and a Fine of IDR200.000.000, Compensation Fee of IDR565.000.000

3. Istadi Prahastanto –Former Customs Officer, still under investigation 

4. Heru Sumarwanto - Former Customs Officer, still under investigation 

5. Yul Dirga - Former Head of Tax Office for Foreign Investment Three, Cassation Decision 2021, 7 Years 6 Months in Prison and a Fine of IDR300.000.000, Compensation Fee of $18.425, SGD14.400 and IDR50.000.000

6. Hadi Sutrisno – Former Medium Tax Office Auditor for Foreign Investment Three, Appeal Decision 2020, 6 Years in Prison and a Fine of IDR200.000.000

7. Yulmanizar - Former Junior Tax Auditor of the Directorate of Audit and Collection, as witness

8. Wawan Ridwan – Former Medium Tax Auditor of the Directorate of Audit and Collection, Cassation Decision 2023, 9 Years in Prison and a Fine of IDR200.000.000, Compensation Fee of IDR2.373.750.000

9. Alfred Simanjuntak - Former Medium Tax Auditor of the Directorate of Audit and Collection, Cassation Decisio2023, 8 Years in Prison and a Fine of IDR200.000.000, Compensation Fee of IDR8.237.292.900. 

Former Head of Makassar Customs and Excise Andhi Pramono (center) after being examined by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)./JIBI/Binsis-Dany Saputra.

For the record, except for Andhi Pramono, the cases involving eight employees/former employees of the Finance Ministry occurred between 2004-2019.

Previously, KPK Chairman Firli Bahuri at a joint working meeting with Commission III of the DPR on Wednesday (6/7/2023) explained that data on Finance Ministry employees involved in suspicious transactions is an old case and is in line with the results of coordination so far, with PPATK, KPK and other APHs.

The data presented is information included in the IDR 349 trillion cases sent by PPATK to APH, and most of it has been followed up, both by the Inspector General of the Finance Ministry and the KPK. (Annasa Rizki Kamalina)

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