"As per the information I received, the human resources bureau has received a letter of resignation from him," acting spokesman for KPK Ali Fikril noted in a statement released on Thursday.
However, Diansyah had yet to inform the commission of the reasons behind his resignation, Fikril revealed.
"Right now, we are unaware of the reasons (behind his resignation)," he noted.
According to KPK's internal mechanism, any of its employees that intend to resign must submit a letter of resignation to the commission a month in advance.
Diansyah reportedly submitted a letter of resignation to the KPK's secretary general on September 18, 2020.
Before joining the KPK, Diansyah was an Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) activist. On December 6, 2016, he was appointed as the KPK spokesman.
He quit as KPK spokesman on December 26, 2019, shortly after Bahuri was inaugurated as the KPK chief. Since then, he has held the post of chief of KPK Public Relation Bureau.
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