Former Rector of Hindu Institute Threaten for 20 Years Imprisonment


Former Rector of the Institute of Hindu Dharma (IHDN) Denpasar, Prof. Made Titib, is threatened a 20-years prison sentence for alleged corruption worth Rp1.2 billion in the procurement of goods and services in 2011.

“The suspect is charged against Law on Eradication of Corruption with a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison,” said Chief of Information and Legal Section of Bali Prosecutors Office, Azhari Kurniawan, in Denpasar, on Friday.

Azhari Kurniawan explained that his side has prepared a team of prosecutors composed of five people, namely Made Subawa, Ida Ayu Nyoman Surasmi, Ida Ayu Ketut Sulasmi, I Gede Raka Rimbawa and Martinus Tondu Suluh.

“The file has been transferred to Denpasar Corruption Court,” said Azhari.

For the trial scheduled to be held on June 3, 2014 by Judge Chief, Made Suweda, inDenpasar Corruption Court.

“There are five files, for Monday (3/6) will be trialed two files with the suspect namely Ni Putu Indra Maritim and I Made Sudiasa,” he said.

Meanwhile, for the three other suspects, namely Made Titib, Praptini and I Nyoman Sueca, will be heard on Monday (26/5).

In addition to corruption case of procurement of 16 goods and services on IHDN campus, Made Titib and Praptini also faced a case of alleged illegal fund retribution called “punia” or donations of new students in 2011.

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