Sanctions Set for 155 Civil Servants
The Finance Ministry had recommended disciplinary actions be given to 155 people.
(VIVAnews/Anhar Rizki Affandi)
VIVAnews – Indonesian Finance Minister, Agus Martowardojo, said between 2007 and 2011, Finance Ministry had received 93 reports of irregular financial transactions. The Finance Ministry also had recommended disciplinary actions be given to 155 people.
Agus said out of 93 financial transaction reports, 125 employees took up the transactions at the Finance Ministry. 37 reports had been audited and investigated and the ones proven guilty were recommended to receive disciplinary actions.
“We have recommended disciplinary actions to 155 people and seven of them were recommended to be dismissed,” said Agus at the Finance Ministry, Jakarta, today.
Moreover, two reports were not able to be identified as Finance Ministry’s employees and nine reports were under ongoing probe.
Meanwhile, 21 reports that involved 25 tax officials will be clarified by examination or investigation. “And three reports that involved nine people have been handed over to KPK,” he said.
He said all reports from the public as well as from law enforcement agencies will be followed up by the Finance Ministry. Any suspicious financial transactions will be verified in the first place.
“We assigned internal monitoring in tax, customs, and auditing agencies. We have disciplined and dismissed some employees. We also filed reports on them to the law enforcement,” he said.
- Misteri Puzzle yang Menyelimuti Antartica
- Misteri Harta Karun 8 Ton Suku Maya
- Misteri Orang Sumeria dari Planet Nibiru
- Kebetulan yang Menakjubkan dalam Kematian
- FOTO: Paola Cazzola, Pembalap Wanita Cantik Pertama di Dunia
- Sum Kuning, Kasus Pemerkosaan Misterius di Indonesia
- FOTO: Kucing Bersayap dari China