What news Alleged Wiretapping Inquiry SBY?

Vice Chairman of the Democratic Party in the House, Benny K Harman believed to an inquiry on the alleged wiretapping of the Democratic Party chairman, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) will keep rolling.

Chairman of the Democratic Party, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was speaking to reporters at Wisma Proclamation, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (02/01/2017). Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono gave an explanation about the allegations related to its communications with the Chairman of the Indonesian Ulema Council Maruf Amin related MUI religious attitudes regarding blasphemy case that ensnared non-active Governor of DKI Jakarta Basuki Tjahaja Purnama or Ahok.

According to him, all the text has been prepared and the number of members supporting already more than the minimum, ie 25 members and more than one faction. However, he was reluctant to disclose any faction that supports the right of inquiry.

"It's ready to stay we asked, already cross-faction. Yes waiting for it. We baseball grasak grusuk, slowly but surely," said Benny at the Parliament Complex, Senayan, Jakarta, Monday (02/13/2017).

Benny said the alleged intercepts right of inquiry will not be rolled out in conjunction with the right of inquiry status Ahok start rolling four factions that morning.

"I do not have (filed simultaneously). Beda," said Vice Chairman of Commission III.

Democratic faction previously raised to an inquiry or investigation into alleged wiretaps to SBY.

Rights are rights owned questionnaire board members to conduct an investigation. This right is proposed by at least 25 members of the House of Representatives and more than one faction. Right of inquiry must also be approved by more than 50 plus one member of the House of Representatives in a plenary session.

Benny said that, if there is a wiretapping scandal against SBY, then that is a violation of the constitution and the Law on Information and Electronic Transactions. If proven true, then tapping can also be unsettling and cause public inconvenience.

"Fellow children of the nation mutual suspicion, mutual spying, and prejudice and of course disturb the harmony of society and ultimately create political instability," he said.

Benny said that, with the right of this questionnaire, the House of Representatives with oversight functions attached to it will conduct an investigation to find out who did it and what exactly is the motive to do wiretapping.

He asserted that the act of spying and tapping actions talks with political motives of political opponents is a grave crime.

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