DIKSIA.COM - JAKARTA, Former PT Jasindo finance director Solihah has been sentenced to four years in prison in connection with the alleged gratification case.
The verdict was read by the jury of the Corruption Court at the Jakarta Central District Court on Wednesday (07.12.2023).
“At the trial, defendant Solihah was sentenced to four years in prison,” Chief Justice Rianto Adam Pontoh said at the trial.
Solihah was sentenced not only to jail but also to a fine of IDR 300 million, an ancillary sentence of three months in prison.
In making its decision, the jury takes into account aggravating and mitigating considerations.
The incriminating consideration for Solihah in this case was that her actions were seen as contrary to the state’s anti-corruption program.
“The defendant’s actions were carried out when the state was actively working to eliminate corruption,” Judge Rianto said.
To mitigate this, the jury made three considerations, namely:
• The accused behaved politely in court; • The defendant is a housewife who is supported by the family. and • The defendant regretted all his actions and promised not to repeat them.
In addition to Jasindo’s former finance director, the jury also decided on the chief director of PT Ayodya Multi Sarana, Kiagus Emil Fahmy Cornain.
The jury ruled that Kiagus Emil was sentenced to four years in prison and a fine of IDR 300 million, in addition to three months in prison.
Then, Kiagus Emil was also ordered to pay $571,043 in damages.
“Or what was converted into rupees of 5,267,989,293 rupees, minus the money seized and the restitution of 800 million rupees, so that the replacement money to be paid by the defendant was 4,497,989,598 rupees within a maximum of one month”, said the judge.
It is known that the judge’s verdict was lower than the prosecutor’s demands.
In this case, Solihah was previously sentenced to 5.5 years in prison and a fine of IDR 500 million, in addition to 5 months in prison.
Meanwhile, Kiagus Emil had previously been prosecuted with a six-year prison sentence and a Rs.500 million fine and five months in prison.