The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has not found any trace of corruption in the controversial bailout of Bank Century, worth Rp 6.76 trillion (US$716 million), as far as the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) audit is concerned.
KPK deputy chief Haryono Umar said Wednesday all nine findings submitted by the BPK to the KPK recently were mostly related to banking crimes.
"So far we have not found any indication of corruption,” Haryono said as quoted by kompas.com.
Even if there was any corruption in the audit, the KPK would have no authority to investigate the case.
He said the KPK would only focus on alleged corruption in the disbursement of the bailout funds to third parties and the flow of the money.
KPK leaders have asked the BPK to clarify the results of the audit next Friday. “We are still reading the report and would like to know what it means. We need an explanation from the BPK,” he said.