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Nunun left Cambodia

Nunun left Cambodia

INDONESIA’S Corruption Eradication Commission has said that graft suspect Nunun Nurbaeti is no longer in Cambodia, ANTARA News reported on Friday. The Indonesian national is suspected of fraud regarding the election of Miranda Goeltom as Bank Indonesia senior deputy governor in 2004. “KPK concluded that Nunun Nurbaeti is no longer in Cambodia,” commission spokesman Johan Budi was quoted as saying. According to the commission Nunun entered Cambodia on March 23, he added. Benard Sinaga, second secretary at the Indonesian embassy in Phnom Penh, and National Police spokesman Kirt Chantharith said they had not received official reports on the case.

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