Banjarbaru, wapresri.go.id – The investigation into a corruption case allegedly involving Papuan Governor Lukas Enembe is still ongoing. Currently, the investigation process is still facing obstacles because Lukas Enembe still has to undergo treatment due to illness. For this reason, the government hopes that Governor Lukas Enembe can have a cooperative attitude in the process of investigating the alleged corruption.
“The government expects Lukas Enembe to be cooperative,” said Vice President KH Ma’ruf Amin after handing over social assistance to the community at Sentra Budi Luhur, Jl. Ahmad Yani Km. 30, Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan, Thursday (13/10/2022).
According to the Vice President, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) had established strict procedures to deal with corruption issues so that the government could not intervene.
“I think the KPK is an independent institution. Therefore, the government cannot intervene, and the KPK already has its SOP,” explained the vice president.
Furthermore, the Vice President asked the related parties to immediately provide evidence so that the case could find clear evidence and be completed quickly.
“Just prove guilty or not, proven or not, so that there are no tensions,” he continued.
Meanwhile, regarding the riots that occurred at Malang’s Kanjuruhan Stadium on October 1, 2022, the Vice President said the government had formed a special team, namely the Joint Independent Fact Finding Team (TGIPF) chaired by the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs, Mahfud MD.
The Vice President said that he would wait for the results of the investigation from TGIPF to find light on the case which became a deep sorrow for Indonesian sports.
“The government has formed an Independent Joint Fact Finding Team chaired by Pak Mahfud. We want to get a report later on who will be responsible and who must be recommended by this team, “explained the Vice President.
“We’ll just have to wait and see who should be responsible, we will follow the results of the investigations carried out, who should bear the consequences of the incident, we’ll just have to wait,” concluded the Vice President.
Also accompanying the Vice President at this press conference were the Governor of South Kalimantan Sahbirin Noor and the Vice President’s Special Staff Masduki Baidlowi. (DMA/LHS– BPMI Setwapres)