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Denny Indrayana said that Adang Daradjatun could be charged for hiding Nunun Nurbaeti. Denny’s statement give some light for the case because so far, Adang Daradjatun is untouchable. Indonesian government seems reluctant to touch him. But there is another question. Will Indonesian government touch Adang Daradjatun?
A member of the Judicial Mafia Eradication Task Force said former National Police chief Adang Daradjatun could be considered a law offender if he kept on refusing to reveal the whereabouts of his wife, graft fugitive Nunun Nurbaeti.
Nobody can bring Nunun Nurbaeti back home. Recently, she freely travel to at least three ASEAN countries such as Singapore, Thailand, and Cambodia. Several governments bodies trashed by Nunun Nurbaeti. To mention the bodies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Law, and Corruption Eradication Commission is trashed by Nunun Nurbaeti’s action. The effect, Nunun Nurbaeti is rising Indonesian awareness about Indonesian government power. Nunun Nurbaeti’s case acknowledge that Indonesian government is powerless when if face Mafia.
Nunun Nurbaeti, the most wanted Indonesian women rise public concern on extradition treaty. Currently, Indonesia don’t have extradition treaty with several ASEAN countries. This situation have complicated Indonesian effort to take her back home. According to Jakarta Globe, extradition treaty will force Nunun back home voluntarily.
If fugitive graft suspect Nunun Nurbaeti is hiding in Thailand, as authorities suspect, she may be back in Indonesia sooner than she might have imagined
Nunun Nurbaeti, a suspect in a bribery case involving a Bank Indonesia senior deputy governor election in 2004, is in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Law and Human Rights Minister Patrialis Akbar says.
"According to a report from the immigration office, she’s not in Thailand any more but in Phnom Penh," Patrialis said Monday.
Nunun had left Bangkok, Thailand, on March 21, the ministry’s chief of Immigration, Bambang Irawan, said .
At that time, Nunun’s passport was still active. "We received this information from our counterpart in Bangkok, recently this month," Bambang said.
He added that Indonesia had no extradition agreement with Cambodia. (rcf)