KY Chairman Goes to KPK, What’s up?

Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). Photo / illustration: archive, JAKARTA – Chairman of the Judicial Commission (KY) Jaja Ahmad Jayus visited the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) building, South Jakarta, Friday (3/7).

The purpose of Jaja’s arrival at the KPK was to exchange data with the interfaith organization regarding KY’s performance.

“The agenda is related to the duties of the Judicial Commission. Surely there is an exchange of data between KY and the KPK which is the authority of KY,” said Jaja.

In addition, KY and the KPK also discussed the matter of the selection of ad hoc judges of the Supreme Court (MA) and the court of corruption (corruption).

“We will select ad hoc judges in the Supreme Court and also be corrupt, so as usual, we also obtain data from the KPK. This is in order to establish communication, “he said.

KY, said Jaja, also requested an analysis of the KPK related to the selection of ad hoc judges. However, he continued, the KPK is still preparing it and will submit it as a form of recommendation to KY.

Previously in May 2020, KY postponed the selection process for Supreme Court and ad hoc candidates for the Supreme Court because of the Covid-19 pandemic. This delay was made after there was an agreement between KY and MA.(tan / jpnn)

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