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					Lampiran I: Anggaran Hibah ADB tahun 2007
U R AI AN JUMLAH ANGGARAN SPM LS 2 Program Rekonsiliasi dan Rekonstruksi NAD dan Nias (Reg.No.70586401) Pengadaan Peralatan dan Perlengkapan Gedung Pengadaan Perlengkapan Sarana Gedung 532111 Belanja Modal Peralatan dan Mesin * Laptop * Desktop * Printer * Kamera * Handycam * Voice`Recorder * Scanner Penanganan Pengaduan Masyarakat tentang TPK Pencegahan Korupsi di NAD 521114 Belanja Barang Untuk Pelaksanaan Tupoksi *Pelatihan/Training peg di Aceh * Survey * Networking * Penanganan Pengaduan * Pelaporan * Bimtek/Technical Assistance Administrasi Kegiatan 512112 Belanja Uang Honor Tidak Tetap * Honor untuk pegawai di Aceh 521119 Belanja barang Operasional Lainnya * Sewa Kantor dan Mess 8 3,187,900,000 130,000,000 130,000,000 130,000,000 75,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 3,057,900,000 2,324,300,000 2,324,300,000 1,044,150,000 105,000,000 624,000,000 133,400,000 60,000,000 357,750,000 733,600,000 483,600,000 483,600,000 250,000,000 250,000,000 1,138,048,655 53,555,928 53,555,928 53,555,928 35,320,000 0 7,880,000 3,505,703 4,992,158 1,858,067 0 1,084,492,727 890,092,727 890,092,727 422,992,727 0 467,100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 194,400,000 194,400,000 663,600,530 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 663,600,530 663,600,530 663,600,530 503,685,712 0 143,099,219 0 16,815,599 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 194,400,000 194,400,000 16,815,599 610,199,219 1,801,649,185 53,555,928 53,555,928 53,555,928 35,320,000 0 7,880,000 3,505,703 4,992,158 1,858,067 0 1,748,093,257 1,553,693,257 1,553,693,257 926,678,439 1,386,250,815 76,444,072 76,444,072 76,444,072 39,680,000 20,000,000 2,120,000 1,494,297 5,007,842 3,141,933 5,000,000 1,309,806,743 770,606,743 770,606,743 117,471,561 105,000,000 13,800,781 133,400,000 43,184,401 357,750,000 483,600,000 483,600,000 483,600,000 55,600,000 55,600,000 0.57 0.41 0.41 0.41 0.47 0.00 0.79 0.70 0.50 0.37 0.00 0.57 0.67 0.67 0.89 0.00 0.98 0.00 0.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.78 0.78 REALISASI SPM GU Total SALDO ANGGARAN TIDAK TEREALISASI % REALISASI

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Lampiran I: Anggaran DIPA Rupiah Murni tahun 2007

Anggaran dan Realisasi DIPA Rupiah Murni tahun 2007 Keterangan Biaya Rapat Transportasi di NAD Biaya Rumah Tangga Kantor NAD ATK Sewa Kendaraan Roda 2 Langganan Listrik Kantor Langganan Telepon Langganan Air Pemeliharaan Kantor Tindak Lanjut Pengaduan Bimtek LHKPN Seminar Current Issue Tindak Lanjut Bimtek dan Pengaduan Penyebarluasan Informasi Keberadaan KPK Ju mlah
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Anggaran Realisasi % realisasi 24,000,000 100,000 0.00 180,000,000 126,075,000 0.70 24,000,000 23,408,000 0.98 40,000,000 25,617,000 0.64 24,000,000 0 0.00 64,000,000 1,166,000 0.02 40,000,000 18,805,000 0.47 16,000,000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 100,000,000 38,427,000 0.38 84,790,000 6,667,000 0.08 163,500,000 66,409,000 0.41 318,000,000 46,613,000 0.15 370,000,000 146,936,000 0.40 1,448,290,000 500,223,000 0.35
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Lampiran II: Program Kerja tahun 2007
TA-0002 (INO) Earthquake and Tsunami Emergency Support Project (ETESP) Anti Corruption Adviser for KPK (Contract No. S09906) WORK PLAN (December 2006 – July 2008) 1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 The current consultancy engagement is for 24 person-months aimed at providing capacity building measures on anti-corruption and dealing with specific cases of irregularities reported to the KPK Office in Banda Aceh in connection with the Aceh/Nias rehabilitation and reconstruction program. 1.2 Under the direct supervision of the KPK Deputy on Corruption Prevention in Jakarta and coordination with one appointed Senior Functional of Prevention, the Adviser is responsible for a) establishing and managing a KPK Office in Banda Aceh, b) commissioning workshop seminars/training and the like to improve capacity of enforcement and audit agencies, anti-corruption NGOs and other stakeholders, c) networking with key anticorruption organizations and the media, d) receiving and administering complainst to be forwarded to the Deputy of PIPM ( The Internal Supervision and Public Complaints ) and (e) facilitating any investigation made by the Jakarta Office’s initiatives and. 1.3 The Adviser is supported by three KPK-hired administrative and technical support staff in the maintenance/operations of the KPK Banda Aceh Office and always in coordination with appointed Senior Functional of Prevention. However, additional KPK-hired staff may be needed to effectively implement the activities. 1.4 The first 4 months of the assignment was utilized to socialize the KPK Programs, policies and procedures among key agencies/local governments in the NAD districts and assessment of the current practices and capacities of law enforcement/prosecution and related anti-corruption bodies and networks in the NAD area. The proposed work plan covers the remaining 20-months of the assignment based on insights gained from the earlier activities. 1.5 This workplan targets specific stakeholders whose support will be needed for the success of the assignment. These stakeholders include:
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Law/Audit agencies – local/provincial/national police, Attorney General’s Office at the Provincial and District levels, State Audit Agency (BPK/BPKP), KPK investigators/ auditors/trainers anti corruption NGO networks working in NAD and Nias citizens’ base anti-corruption/grievance redress networks and ETESP-hired village/community facilitators BRR-ACU and its regional networks and BRR-Dewan Pengawas university/college student bodies in NAD and Nias private sector/business/contractors print, radio and TV media networks in NAD and Nias to reach the general public donor/aid agencies working in NAD and Nias WORK PLAN

2.1 Guided by the overall objective of helping prevent/minimize corruption in the ongoing rehabilitation of the tsunami/earthquake affected areas in NAD and Nias, the Adviser’s activities for the next 20 months are as follows:

a. Corruption Investigation. The activities involve facilitating the Investigation Team’s initiated by Jakarta Offices. All corruption reports/complaints
received by the KPK Banda Aceh Office shall be recorded and administered then to be forwarded to the KPK Jakarta Office for follow-up actions. In coordination with the appointed KPK Senior Functional Officer of Prevention, the Adviser continuesly abreast and update the progress of the investigation made by the Jakarta Offices Complaints Directorate under the Deputy of PIPM. Assisting and facilitating the investigation team may be provided to accelerate the investigation’s result. Expected result: improved success rate in the prosecution and sanctions of fraud and corruption in Banda Aceh thereby serving as an effective detriment to corruption in the NAD/Nias reconstruction. Key Performance Index: KPK's Response to the complainant not exceeding 30 days as required by regulation

β. Capacity building. This involves training/orientation of:
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law enforcement, prosecution and audit agencies in case handling, verification/investigation and processing of corruption-related cases through training. Expected result: more effective and efficient identification, investigation and prosecution of fraud and corruption cases received/referred to them by the public, KPK or its partner organizations KPI: 1. organize training with Bawasda at least 10 times 2. organize training with Police at least 4 times and Attorney at least 4 times 3. organize bimonthly corruption prevention coordination meeting with Police, BPK, and Attorney

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anti-corruption NGO networks working in NAD/Nias (i.e. Transparency International Indonesia, Grak, etc) on government budget/procurement, accessing government records, basic investigation/evidence gathering methodologies Expected result: KPI: 1. Organize training with anti corruption NGO at least 10 times 2. Produce NGO database operating in NAD 3. Organize bimonthly friendship meeting with NGO in Banda Aceh more effective and efficient identification, evidence gathering and reporting of fraud and corruption cases for referral to KPK or the Public Prosecutor’s Office

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citizens’ base anti corruption/grievance networks and village/community facilitators involved in ETESP subproject implementation on proper identification and reporting of fraud and corruption and basic information for dissemination to the public. Expected result: improved awareness at the community/grassroots level on where and how to report fraud and corruption in the rehabilitation/reconstruction in NAD and Nias and improved access of the public to the anti-corruption system in NAD/Nias.

KPI 1. Organize corruption prevention socialization program to village facilitators in 4 separate district at least
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2. Complaint Procedure Dissemination to 200 village facilitator at least iv. University/college student bodies on proper identification and reporting of fraud and corruption and basic information for dissemination to the public. Expected result: KPI 1. Organize training with student at least 5 times 2. organize training with student at least in 3 separate districts 3. implementation of anti corruption subject in the school and university started 2007 improved awareness at the community/grassroots level on where and how to report fraud and corruption in the rehabilitation/reconstruction in NAD and Nias

4. organize 2 different anti corruption competition to promote anti corruption culture χ. Grievance/Complaint Intake Systems. This involves the establishment of a grievance/complaint intake system in the various Districts in NAD

and NIas where there is ongoing rehabilitation-reconstruction work. This will be done by linking with the 15 anti-corruption NGOs working in NAD/Nias and their networks to serve as grievance/complaint intakes. Capacity of these NGO networks in basic/preliminary investigation and evidence gathering will be strengthened under the Capacity Building Component in order to facilitate the formal investigation of KPK/General Attorney’s Office or audit by the Supreme Audit Agency. Linkage will also be established with Transparency International Indonesia (TII) and its network of citizen base grievance/complaints committees in 18 kecamatans distributed in 6 districts (Banda Aceh, Pidie, Bireuen, Aceh Barat, Aceh Jaya and Nagan Raya) to serve as grievance intakes and primary complaint facilitation units. The Adviser will also explore the possibility of replicating these kecamatan grievance committees in some of kecamatans in 10 other districts (Aceh Barat Daya, Aceh Selatan, Aceh Tenggara, Aceh Timur, Aceh Utara, Lhokseumawe, Simeulue, Nias, Nias Selatan and Sabang). At the village level, the village/community facilitators mobilized for ETESP related activities in Agriculture, Fisheries, Irrigation, Water/Sanitation, and housing (estimated to be more than 1,000 people in more than 220 kecamatans) will also be tapped and oriented to serve as grievance/complaint intakes. These facilitators will be linked with the anti-corruption NGOs with which KPK will be working in NAD and Nias so that corruption complaints can be identified/received and processed by KPK.

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Linkage will likewise be strengthened with the BRR Anti Corruption Unit and its field offices in order to assist in the investigation/referral of cases received/processed by the BRR-ACU. Expected result: KPI: 1. Organize training with village facilitators, attended at least 200 participants in total 2. Complaint procedure dissemination to village facilitators in 4 different district at least 3. Establish complaint committees in 6 different districts at least improved reporting of fraud/corruption cases in communities through improved access of the public to the anticorruption system in NAD/Nias.

δ. Information Dissemination and Media Networking. This involves the production and dissemination of pamphlets/flyers and other paraphernalia
to the general public and networking with local and national media (print, radio, tv) to improve the awareness of the general public on the systems and developments related to the anti-corruption efforts of KPK and its partners in the NAD/Nias rehabilitation work. Media, donor and government briefing will also form part of this activity. Expected result: KPI 1. Organize anti corruption radio talk show monthly 2. manage anti corruption column in local printed media monthly 3. Cooperation with MPU (religion council) to disseminate anti corruption paraphernalia through “dakwah (preaching)” activities 4. Organize current issue seminar on anti corruption effort topics at least 3 times Technical Assistance on LHKPN and Graft. In coordination with LHKPN Directorate organize LHKPN TA and ensure compliance level on filling LHKPN reach 95%. Also in coordination with Graft Directorate organize graft socialization. Expected Result: improving the level of compliance on filling LHKPN and public understanding on Graft. improved awareness of the general public and key stakeholders on the systems and progress related to the anticorruption efforts in NAD/Nias thereby improving public trust.

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KPI: 1. organize monthly TA on LHKPN and Graft 2. organize TA on LHKPN and Graft in at least 15 different districts 3. reach filling LHKPN compliance level up to 95% e. ETESP Grievance Facilitation. Based on the supplementary TOR, the Adviser is tasked to ensure that the ETESP sector-specific complaint handling systems are established and well coordinated, specific instruments/tools are developed, project staff trained/oriented, and the facilitation unit is effectively established. Specifically, the Adviser shall (i) organize discussions with ETESP Sector Consultants and Satkers for the finalization of the ETESP sector-specific complaints handling systems, and clarification of roles of PIUs and Sector consultants, (ii) coordinate with and provide advise to Dewan Pengawas on the establishment of an ETESP Facilitation Unit, including setting up data base, development of tools, firming up of procedures and clarification of role and relationship with ETESP Consultant Sector Teams/Satkers, and BRR (iii) oversee the design and conduct of orientation sessions for grievance focal persons in the Sector Teams, Satkers and village facilitators, (iv) help finalize the activities for the public disclosure of the ETESP grievance review and resolution mechanism, (v) undertake a followup/monitoring mission, three months and six months after the establishment of the complaint handling system for ETESP. During these missions, the Adviser shall assess gaps in the systems/processes and practice and recommend measures for addressing these gaps. Expected result: improved/more systematic complaint handling and reporting in ETESP-funded activities thereby ensuring transparent and effective utilization of grant funds.

KPI: maintain facilitators unit database

3.0 3.1

CONTRACT BUDGET REQUIREMENTS AND IMPLICATIONS To conduct these, the Adviser will need to travel in various locations in NAD and Nias. The capacity building alone will require that the Adviser

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organizes training in all the tsunami/earthquake affected districts in NAD and Nias. Monthly consultation and reporting with the KPK Deputy for Corruption Prevention is also needed both to seek approval and guidance on activities, discuss plans of action on corruption cases received by the KPK Banda Aceh Office. 3.2 The current contract does not cover support for land transportation and air travel to Nias. Although the costs for the conduct of the training (i.e. venue, meals, materials) are covered by the ADB budget support to KPK, the Adviser would need support to travel to various training locations including those in Nias and Simeulue Island and coordinate with anti corruption NGOs and their networks based in the different districts of NAD and Nias.

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TA-0002 (INO) Earthquake and Tsunami Emergency Support Project (ETESP) Anti Corruption Adviser for KPK (Contract No. S09906) REVISED WORK PLAN (September 2007 – August 2008) 2.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 The current consultancy engagement is for 24 person-months aimed at providing capacity building measures on anti-corruption and dealing with specific cases of irregularities reported to the KPK Office in Banda Aceh in connection with the Aceh/Nias rehabilitation and reconstruction program. The consultant mobilized on August 2006. 1.2 Under the direct supervision of the KPK Deputy on Corruption Prevention in Jakarta and coordination with one appointed Senior Functional of Prevention, the Adviser is responsible for a) establishing and managing a KPK Office in Banda Aceh, b) commissioning workshop seminars/training and the like to improve capacity of enforcement and audit agencies, anti-corruption NGOs and other stakeholders, c) networking with key anticorruption organizations and the media, d) receiving and administering complaints to be forwarded to the Deputy of PIPM (The Internal Supervision and Public Complaints), and (e) facilitating any investigation made by the KPK Jakarta Office. 1.3 A stocktaking exercise conducted with the Social Safeguard Advisers from EMS/PMO resulted in the following assessments:

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Public expectation is increasing on the actions taken and results related to corruption-allegations reported to KPK. Effective feedback to the public on the progress of these cases is therefore very important A total of 91 potential corruption cases have been forwarded by KPK to related institutions (i.e. local police, Public Attorney’s Office, BPKP, Internal Affairs, BPK, MA, and BAWASDA) for investigation. For these cases, supervision/monitoring by KPK needs further strengthening. Earlier, the KPK Banda Aceh Office was kept out of the loop on the status of the cases received by KPK. However, there is now commitment
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from KPK to inform the KPK Banda Aceh on a monthly basis of the status of the cases in general.

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There are 5 potential corruption cases that KPK is investigating using its local funds. No additional resources from the grant will be necessary for the KPK investigation of these cases. Capacity constraints of local institutions in the conduct of investigation is an issue. Resources from the grant are still needed to provide support on this aspect. KPK partner NGOs continue to receive corruption allegation complaints and conduct pre-investigation prior to forwarding to KPK. However, most prefer to submit the cases directly to the KPK Jakarta Office. Hence, KPK Banda Aceh Office is unable to keep record of all corruption cases submitted to KPK. The proposal to replicate the TII kecamatan-based complaints handling committees did not prosper due to the concern of KPK about its name being abused or mis-used. Orientation of ETESP-hired village facilitators remains to be important in improving complaint intake at the village level and therefore still needs to be done. The KPK Banda Aceh Office has tapped some student organizations based in Banda Aceh, Bireuen, Lhokseumawe, Meulaboh and Langsa. However, effectiveness of using student organizations as grievance intake remains to be seen. Although the KPK Banda Aceh Office is coordinating with anti-corruption NGOs and media in NAD, this needs to be done more systematically and regularly. Public information on KPK Banda Aceh Office activities is also limited. Guidance and oversight on the ETESP Grievance Facilitation Unit is better handled by the EMS/PMO Social Safeguard Advisers. However, coordination of activities between KPK Banda Aceh Office and the ETESP Grievance Facilitation Unit should remain part of the work plan.

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1.4 The stocktaking exercise point to the need to refocus the work plan in order to more effectively deal with the current situation. While the earlier focus was on orienting the public on anti-corruption principles, policies, guidelines and institutions, the focus now should be on a) helping build capacity of the local enforcement agencies to investigate the cases forwarded to them, b) improve KPK supervision of the local enforcement agencies c) improve public awareness on the actions taken and results of these actions, d) more effectively link with anti corruption NGOs and media to facilitate investigation of corruption cases. 2.0 2.1 WORK PLAN FOR SEPTEMBER 2007 TO AUGUST 2008 The following activities are proposed for the next 10 months:

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b. Corruption Investigation. The activities involve following up with the local enforcement agencies (local police, Public Attorney’s Office, BPKP,
Internal Affairs, BPK, MA, and BAWASDA) the 91 KPK-confirmed potential corruption cases that have been forwarded to them for action. In case additional cases will be forwarded to local agencies, status on the action on these will also be followed up. To aid in this process, KPK monitors will be requested from Jakarta to visit the concerned local agencies and provide coaching on the procedures and evidence gathering. The KPK Adviser will conduct regular coordination meetings with law enforcement agencies on the investigation and prosecution of graft cases. For the 5 corruption-cases that KPK is presently handling, regular general updates will also be sought by the KPK Adviser. Expected result: improved success rate in the prosecution and sanctions of fraud and corruption in Banda Aceh thereby serving as an effective deterent to corruption in the NAD/Nias reconstruction. b. Capacity building. This involves

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training/orientation of law enforcement, prosecution and audit agencies in case handling, verification/investigation and processing of corruption-related cases through training. Three training sessions for Bawasda, and two training sessions for the police and the Public Prosecutor’s Office will be organized. At the same time, coaching/mentoring will be done by KPK Public Support Unit staff during their visits. training/orientation among anti-corruption NGO networks working in NAD/Nias (i.e. Transparency International Indonesia, Gerak, LSM, etc), on government budget/procurement, accessing government records, and basic investigation/evidence gathering methodologies. Three training have been completed so far. Three more training sessions will be conducted during the remaining part of the engagement. training of citizens’ base anti corruption/grievance networks and village/community facilitators involved in ETESP subproject implementation on proper identification and reporting of fraud and corruption and basic information for dissemination to the public. Corruption prevention socialization program for village facilitators will be conducted in at least 4 districts. Complaint procedures will also be disseminated to at least 200 village facilitators. regular coordination meetings with anti-corruption NGO networks for information-sharing, assessment of methodologies/ approaches in

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detecting, investigating, reporting and prosecution of corruption cases. Bi-monthly meetings will be organized by the KPK Adviser with these NGO networks. c. Grievance/Complaint Intake Systems. Arrangement with the 8 student organizations and 9 partner anti-corruption NGOs for case intake and reporting will be firmed up. At the village level, the village/community facilitators mobilized for ETESP related activities in Agriculture, Fisheries, Irrigation, Water/Sanitation, and housing will be tapped and oriented to serve as grievance/complaint intakes. These facilitators will be linked with the anti-corruption NGOs with which KPK will be working in NAD and Nias so that corruption complaints can be identified/received and processed by KPK. Paraphernalia on these grievance intake offices/units will be disseminated in strategic places. Linkage will likewise be maintained with the BRR Anti Corruption Unit and its field offices in order to assist in the investigation/referral of cases received/processed by the BRR-ACU. d. Information Dissemination and Media Networking. This involves the production and dissemination of pamphlets/flyers and other paraphernalia to the general public and networking with local and national media (print, radio, tv) to improve the awareness of the general public on the systems and developments related to the anti-corruption efforts of KPK and its partners in the NAD/Nias rehabilitation work. Media, donor and government briefing will also form part of this activity. At least 2 media-briefing will be scheduled. The monthly anti-corruption tv talk-shows with speakers from KPK Jakarta will be continued. Other activities for the remaining part of the engagement includes the publication of monthly column on anti-corruption column in the local print, cooperation with MPU (religious councils) to disseminate anti corruption paraphernalia through “dakwah” (preaching) activities, and organizing at least 1 issue seminars on anti-corruption efforts. e. Support to LHKPN (Wealth Reporting for Public Officials). In coordination with LHKPN Directorate and the Graft Directorate, the Adviser shall organize socialization activities among public officials in NAD and Nias on the law requiring them to file LHKPN. So far, 6 districts have been covered. Eight more districts will targeted for this activity for the remaining part of the engagement.

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Lampiran III: Jumlah Informasi yang diterima dan tindak lanjutnya per Desember 2007
Year 05 147 147 Year o6 201 201 Year 07

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a. Num ber of Inform ations received b. Num ber of Inform ations studied c. Num ber of Inform ations being studied

527 519 8 97 6 398 18 519 121 19 50 5 8 9 1 5 97 4 2 6
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II. Those that has been studied a. Forw arded to related institutions b. Forw arded to other unit w ithin KPK c. Cannot be forw arded w ith sev eral reason (e.g. Not sufficient data, not a corruption inform ations, no sender inform ation) d. Confirm ed to sender to get further inform ations

27 2 101

19 1 154

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d. Suspect corruption inform ations III. Those forw arded to related institutions A. - forw arded to local police - forw arded to local attorney - forw arded to BPKP - forw arded to Internal Affairs - forw arded to BPK - forw arded to MA - forw arded to Baw asda B. KPK Internally - to repression unit - to prevention unit - to others unit

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