Graft suspect Angelina misses her children
Angie told reporters on Tuesday after hours of questioning by investigators at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) that she had been missing her children. (Kompas/Alif Ichwan)
Democratic Party lawmaker and graft suspect, Angelina Sondakh, told reporters on Tuesday after hours of questioning by investigators at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) that she had been missing her children during her detention.
“I want to say that I really miss my children and have been longing to meet them. I hope they can hear this,” she said shortly before being escorted to KPK’s detention cells.
Angelina, who has been implicated in at least two graft cases, faced a four hour session of questioning with the anti-graft body’s investigators on Tuesday.
She declined to answer any queries over the interrogation and asked reporters to ask her lawyer instead, kompas.com report.
Angelina, who has been detained since April 27, was named a suspect in the graft case surrounding the construction of the SEA Games athletes’ village in South Sumatra early in February.
She was also named a suspect in a case related to fraudulent budget allocations for the Education and Culture Ministry. (asa)
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