Attorney General Hendarman Supandji of Indonesia

The bribery case has very much disappointed me," Supandji said at a working meeting with the Commission II of the House of Representatives (DPR) led by the commission`s chairman , Trimedya Panjaitan, at the.
We have summoned him as a suspect as we have found clues of his involvement in corruption," Supandji said without indicating when Laksamana had been asked to come the AGO.
Attorney General Hendarman Supandji came close to breaking down at news one of his prosecutors handling corruption cases was charged by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) with allegedly accepting bribes.
I submitted the names of the three candidates to Pak Sudi (Cabinet Secretary Sudi Silalahi) today," Supandji said on the sidelines of a meeting between the Ministry of Political, Legal and Security Affairs and the House of Representatives` Commission I for foreign and defense affairs here.
Chief of the AGO`s Legal Information Center BD Nainggolan said recently Supandji had appointed Deputy Head of the Bengkulu Provincial Prosecutor`s Office Mohammad Farella as Salim`s successor.
been rejected, before the execution can be carried out.
bombings, Indonesian Attorney General Hendarman Supandji said Monday.
MARK COLVIN: Indonesia's Attorney-General Hendarman Supandji is expected to make an announcement tomorrow about the executions of the three death-row Bali bombers.
Attorney-General Hendarman Supandji is on record saying the executions will take place before the end of this year.
Last week, Mr Supandji said he'll reveal the month of the executions tomorrow, which means they happen either, sometime in the coming week or in November or December.
Mr Supandji says he will respect the court's decision.
Jakarta - The way has been cleared for the execution of three Muslim militants convicted for their roles in the 2002 Bali bombings, Indonesian Attorney General Hendarman Supandji said Monday.
I hope (the execution) could take place before the fasting month of Ramadan," Supandji was quoted as saying by the state-run Antara news agency.
Supandji said his office was awaiting the Supreme Court's letter, which will be relayed from the Bali court to confirm the appeal had been rejected, before the execution can be carried out.
Indonesian Attorney-General Hendarman Supandji has shied away from supporting capital punishment and suggested delays in the execution of convicted Bali bombers.
During a Fairfax interview Mr Supandji said a constitutional court ruling on the issue was expected soon and if it decided against capital punishment, the government would implement the decision.
However, during the same interview Mr Supandji said negotiations on prisoner exchange programs had stalled, meaning Australians such as Schapelle Corby were no closer to returning home to serve their sentences.
Attorney-General Hendarman Supandji said the delay was due to the fact that his office had not yet received formal Supreme Court confirmation that the three condemned militants had exhausted all their appeals.
Supandji said that he could not approve the executions because he has not yet received certification from the country's Constitutional Court that the men, Mukhlas, Imam Samudra and Amrozi Nurhasyim have exhausted all of their appeals.
We are replacing both Kemas and Salim as part of our efforts to restore the office's reputation," Attorney General Hendarman Supandji was quoted by English daily the Jakarta Post as saying.
Supandji said two ministers who lost their jobs on Tuesday -- former justice minister Hamid Awalludin and former state secretary Yusril Ihza Mahendra -- had not been implicated in an ongoing corruption case.
The team's coordinator and the Attorney General's deputy for special crimes Hendarman Supandji said President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono had requested the team to seriously probe graft indications in Telkom due to the potentially huge state losses.
personal opinion of the former attorney-general.
Meanwhile in Jakarta, Attorney General Hendarman Supandji has set aside his expectation to execute the three convicted Bali bombers before the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in September due to bureaucratic delays.
Supandji had said previously the execution could occur before the start of the Muslim fasting month in September after the men had exhausted all their legal options.