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PT Dok dan Perkapalan Surabaya -

Skalanews - Special Criminal Investigator (Pidsus) The Attorney General's Office has named four suspects in alleged corruption cases at PT Dok dan Perkapalan Surabaya (BUMN).

Corruption is in the work of making a tank of immersion in Muara Sabak, Jambi in 2010 with the value of the project value of Rp179.928.141.879.

"There are 4 suspect designations. The 4 was related to the procurement of a fictitious tank in Jambi by PT Dok," said Director of Investigation at the Junior Attorney General for Special Crimes (Jampidsus) Warih Sadono at the Round Building Kejagung, South Jakarta, Thursday (12/10).

The case began when PT Dok and Perkapalan Surabaya entered into a contract with PT Berdikari Petro to build a tank in Muara Sabak, Jambi for Rp179.928.141.879.

In its implementation, PT Dok and Perkapalan Surabaya subcontracted to AE Marine, Pte. Ltd. in Singapore and manipulated the physical progress (fictitious weight) of the construction of the tank.

Then PT Dok and Perkapalan Surabaya transferred 3,963,725 US dollars to AE Marine. Pte, Ltd however, in its implementation there is no work in the field / on location.

Subsequently, the fund was used for the lack of payment of the two vessels owned by Pertamina to Zhang Hong, Pte. Ltd. which has its own budget.

The contract between PT DPS and Zhang Hong. Pte, Ltd. is not in accordance with the provisions of procurement of goods/services to the disadvantage of PT Dok and Perkapalan Surabaya.

"Fictitious. As if there is a contracted work but no work and money has been disbursed," continued Warih.

The four suspects are the initials MFA as former main president of PT Dok and Perkapalan Surabaya, initials MY as former Director of Marketing and Business Development.

Engineer IWYD former director of production and NST as former Finance Director.

"About 3 million USD, nearly 4 million USD," Warih answered asked about the alleged state losses in this fictitious project. (Frida Astuti/bus)