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Sutan Bhatoegana

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Detained Democratic Party Cofound...

Local Address: Jakarta, Indonesia
The Corruption Eradication Commission
 
Background

Employment History

  • Head
    The Corruption Eradication Commission
  • Chairman
    House of Representatives Commission VII
  • Detained Democratic Party Cofounder, Head of Commission VII On Energy
    House of Representatives Commission VII
  • Chairman
    House Commission VII
  • Head
    House Commission VII

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Cofounder
    Democratic Party
  • Founding Member
    Democratic Party
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Sutan ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 5 Feb 2015 [cached]
Sutan Bhatoegana
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The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) detained Sutan Bhatoegana, the former head of the House of Representatives' Commission VII overseeing energy, in Jakarta on Monday evening after a nine-hour questioning session.
Sutan exited the KPK building at 6:50 p.m. wearing the orange vest specially designed for KPK detainees.
"I am following the procedures. As to whether I am guilty or not, let's wait for the trial," Sutan told journalists who had been waiting since morning. Sutan was accused of accepting bribes in return for expediting the deliberation of the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's budget for the 2012-2013 period.
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Let's hope this will be the trigger to catch another corrupter, and let's hope Sutan Bhatoegana cooperates with the KPK to hunt others like him.
Arrested: Former Democratic Party ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 3 Feb 2015 [cached]
Arrested: Former Democratic Party lawmaker Sutan Bhatoegana (second left) is ushered to a waiting detainee van at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in Jakarta on Monday. Sutan has been accused of accepting a bribe for easing the passage of the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's 2013 budget. Arrested: Former Democratic Party lawmaker Sutan Bhatoegana (second left) is ushered to a waiting detainee van at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in Jakarta on Monday. Sutan has been accused of accepting a bribe for easing the passage of the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's 2013 budget. Headlines News Targeted For all to see Still searching
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) detained Democratic Party cofounder Sutan Bhatoegana on Monday, eight months after declaring the former head of Commission VII on energy at the House of Representatives a suspect in a bribery case.
The detention of Sutan came one week after the antigraft body pledged to complete all high-profile graft cases, including Sutan's, before the tenure of current KPK leaders - Abraham Samad, Bambang Widjojanto, Adnan Pandu Praja and Zulkarnain - expired in December.
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KPK spokesman Priharsa Nugraha said that antigraft investigators decided to lock up Sutan after completing around 80 percent of his dossier and the KPK had a maximum of 120 days, as mandated by the Criminal Law Procedures Code (KUHAP), to complete the remaining 20 percent before sending his case to court for trial.
"He'll be detained at the KPK detention center located in Salemba in Central Jakarta for the first 20 days. The detention is extendable up to 120 days. The detention is to facilitate the completion of the remaining dossiers prior to the trial," Priharsa said.
After around 10 hours of questioning, Sutan declined to make any comment on his arrest, simply saying that he would follow all the legal procedures in his case.
"I will follow all the procedures. Let's leave it to the court, which has the authority to decide whether I am guilty or not," Sutan said as he put on an orange detainee vest before being rushed by KPK vehicle to the detention center.
The case against Sutan was first revealed after graft and money-laundering convict and former Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force (SKKMigas) head, Rudi Rubiandini, testified at the Jakarta Corruption Court last year that the multimillion dollar bribes he received from a number of oil and gas companies were partly channeled to the House as payoffs to Sutan and other Commission VII members.
The House payoffs included a demand from Sutan for US$200,000 to pay "holiday bonuses" to Commission VII lawmakers in 2013.
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Due to his powerful position in control of the energy ministry Sutan also allegedly instructed Rudi to rig the bidding for a lucrative multimillion-dollar oil project held by a local unit of US energy giant Chevron, in which Edhie "Ibas" Baskoro, the youngest son of former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, was also implicated.
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Sutan was allegedly at loggerheads with Yudhoyono's cousin Sartono Hutomo and a "friend" of Ibas, regarding to their alleged attempt to cut corners in the bidding for a $600 million offshore construction project.
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Sutan allegedly conspired in July 2013 with Rudi to favor PT Timas Suplindo in the project, but their plan was opposed by Sartono, then Democratic Party chief treasurer - and friend of Ibas - who backed rival PT Rekayasa Industri (Rekin).
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Sutan has been charged under Articles 11 and 12 of Law No. 31/1999 on corruption, in conjunction with Article 55 of the KUHAP on collective and continuous crime, which carry a maximum 20 years behind bars for a state official receiving bribes. The use of Article 55 implies the involvement other people in the case.
Sutan earlier said he would reveal "everything" during his upcoming trial, especially other parties involved in his case, but he did not mention specifically whether Ibas was one of them.
KPK deputy for prevention Johan Budi confirmed that Sutan had provided KPK investigators with meaningful information about others with regard to corruption plaguing House Commission VII, SKKMigas and the Energy Ministry.
In the spotlight: Sutan ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 2 Feb 2015 [cached]
In the spotlight: Sutan Bhatoegana (center), the former head of the House of Representatives Commission VII overseeing energy, is led out of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) headquarters in Jakarta on Monday. The KPK has detained Sutan for his alleged involvement in a graft case surrounding the draft of the 2013 state budget revision for the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry. (JP/AWO) In the spotlight: Sutan Bhatoegana (center), the former head of the House of Representatives Commission VII overseeing energy, is led out of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) headquarters in Jakarta on Monday. The KPK has detained Sutan for his alleged involvement in a graft case surrounding the draft of the 2013 state budget revision for the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry. (JP/AWO)
The court rejected pretrial pleas filed ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 29 April 2015 [cached]
The court rejected pretrial pleas filed by Democratic Party cofounder Sutan Bhatoegana, former religious affairs minister Suryadharma Ali as well as former director of state oil and gas operator Pertamina, Suroso Atmo Martoyo.
Three other plaintiffs, former Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) chairman Hadi Poernomo, former Makassar mayor Ilham Arief Sirajuddin, and Siti Tarwiyah, who is reportedly a relative of suspended Bangkalan regent Fuad Amin, withdrew their pretrial petitions after seeing the court rejecting Sutan, Suryadharma and Suroso's petitions.
The Financial Transaction Reports and ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 22 May 2014 [cached]
The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) said Wednesday that it had completed its investigation into the finances of graft suspect and senior Democratic Party lawmaker Sutan Bhatoegana as requested by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
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Sutan, who serves as chairman of House of Representatives Commission VII overseeing energy and natural mineral resources, was named a graft suspect on May 14 in a bribery case connected to House deliberations of the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's budget.
The KPK alleges that Sutan, who is also a founding member of the Democratic Party, might have accepted bribes several times from Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force (SKKMigas), an agency long reported as the ministry's cash cow, to expedite approval of the ministry's budget by lawmakers.
Following allegations that Sutan might have laundered bribe money, the KPK requested the PPATK launch a probe into his financial transactions.
Agus confirmed that the PPATK analysis had found indications of criminal activity in Sutan's financial transactions, but refused to elaborate, adding that the KPK had requested his office begin its investigation of Sutan prior to the lawmaker being named a suspect.
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According to the PPATK, if the audit concluded that transactions inconsistent with his profile as a state official had occurred, then the KPK would likely move to charge Sutan with money laundering.
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Separately, KPK chairman Abraham Samad said that the antigraft body would soon question Sutan as a suspect in the case.
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"Soon, we will question him," Abraham said, adding the KPK would not lock up Sutan immediately after questioning, but later after its investigation into him neared completion.
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Sutan made headlines last year after graft and money-laundering convict and former SKKMigas head Rudi Rubiandini revealed that the outspoken lawmaker had asked him for cash and goods in exchange for his assistance in approving the budget for the ministry, which oversees SKKMigas.
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Rudi said that Sutan had also asked him to pay US$200,000 in "holiday bonuses" for Commission VII lawmakers in 2013.
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Also, during Rudi's trial former SKKMigas deputy for business affairs, Gerhard Marteen Rumeser, revealed that Sutan had asked Rudi to favor a company backed by Sutan for an offshore construction project worth more than $600 million, held by a local unit of US energy giant Chevron.
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Also, during Rudi's trial former SKKMigas deputy for business affairs, Gerhard Marteen Rumeser, revealed that Sutan had asked Rudi to favor a company backed by Sutan for an offshore construction project worth more than $600 million, held by a local unit of US energy giant Chevron.
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Sutan could not be reached for comment on Wednesday.
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