Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Former deputy minister of justice and human rights Denny Indrayana, as well as a number of national figures, visited the state secretariat to report the continued criminalization by a certain party here on Friday.

"I came along with others, including Bambang Widjojanto (non-active deputy chief of the Corruption Eradication Commission), Yunus Husein (former chief of the Financial Transactions Analysis and Reporting Center) and others," he said at the state secretariat building.

He added that they were there to report the continued criminalization of Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) leadership, staff members and supporters.

"The others will give you details later," Indrayana affirmed.

With regard to his police summons, he noted that his lawyer had been there.

"Initially, I wished to fulfill the summons personally, but after holding a meeting with these officials, I decided that a lawyer would represent me because it was not a personal case, but an anti-corruption movement case," he explained.

Indrayana further noted that the meeting was attended by figures such as Bambang Widjojanto, Yunus Husein, Imam Prasodjo, and Bambang Harimurti, among others, as well as figures from non-governmental organizations.

"We came here to meet with anyone who can represent the president with regard to this continued criminalization," he pointed out.

Indrayana has been seen actively defending the anti-corruption body after chief commissioner Abraham Samad and Bambang Widjojanto were named as suspects by the police.(*)

Editor: Heru Purwanto
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