Suarabandungbarat.id – Sri Mulyani as the minister of finance explained the contents of a report from the Financial Transaction Analysis Reporting Center (PPATK) regarding alleged odd transactions whose value reached Rp. 349 trillion within the Ministry of Finance (Kemenkeu) which were allegedly related to money laundering crimes (TPPU) and reports on the results of these analyzes were compiled from 2009 to 2023.
On this occasion Sri Mulyani said that the Ministry of Finance received the report from the Head of PPATK Ivan Yustiavandana (13/3/2023)
Sri Mulyani also expressed her commitment to resolving reports of alleged odd transactions within the Ministry of Finance. If there is new evidence, he said, the Ministry of Finance will follow up on it.
“If there is new evidence, new data, we will follow up, whether it is related to employees of the Ministry of Finance or not, both are the same,” said Sri Mulyani.
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Sri Mulyani revealed that the report on alleged money laundering would be followed up with a legal process by the Ministry of Finance as a predicate crime investigator (TPA), if there were elements of a crime.
“Strict action according to civil servant regulations. If it doesn’t concern us, but state revenue, we will pursue (the perpetrators) so that we can protect the state’s financial rights,” said Sri Mulyani.
On the same occasion, the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD said that he and Sri Mulyani had agreed to complete a report on alleged odd transactions within the Ministry of Finance.
Mahfud emphasized that this was not an allegation of corruption, but an alleged crime of money laundering (TPPU) involving employees outside the Ministry of Finance or other companies.
“That still counts as a turnover of money. So don’t assume that employees of the Ministry of Finance are corrupt Rp. 349 T, no, this is a suspicious transaction, and this involves the ‘outside world’,” Mahfud said.
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“We agree that we will continue to resolve all LHA (Reports on Analysis Results) that are suspected of being money laundering crimes (TPPU) from PPATK, both those involving employees within the Ministry of Finance and other parties such as those carried out by the Directorate General of Taxes,” said Mahfud.