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    Ex-minister sentenced to prison for receiving bribe

    Indonesia's previous Social Minister, Idrus Marham, on Tuesday got a three-year sentence in the wake of being indicted for getting reward adding up to 169, 600 dollars.

    Marham got the pay off from a businessperson so as to get a power plant venture, NAN reports.

    Notwithstanding the correctional facility term, he was likewise fined 10, 629 dollars, replaceable with two months extra prison term on the off chance that he is unfit to pay the fine.

    The arraignment had before requested for a 5-year sentence and 21,258 dollars fine.

    It told the court that Marham got the rewards from the representative Johannes Kotjo, through Eni Maulani Saragih, previous delegate administrator of Commission VII in the parliament that oversees government's arrangements in vitality, research and condition.


    So as to get the power plant venture, Kotjo gave an aggregate sum of 336, 500 dollars to Eni, who along these lines exchanged piece of the fix to Marham.

    The influence was gotten by Marham amid his administration term as social clergyman from January to August 2018.

    The power plant venture was assigned as a feature of the country's super vitality task to include 10,000 MW of intensity supply the nation over.

    Marham was captured by Indonesia's enemy of unite commission of KPK in August, soon after he left his ecclesiastical post.

    He was the Secretary General of Golkar party, a powerful ideological group that has noteworthy seats in the parliament, when he filled in as the social clergyman.

    Saragih and Kotjo have both gotten their sentences in past preliminaries.

    Saragih was condemned to years' detainment, while Kotjo packed away four and half years in prison.

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