Controversial AW 101 chopper dispute continues
Marguerite Afra Sapiie
The Jakarta Post
The controversy surrounding the purchase of a British-made Augusta Westland (AW) 101 helicopter continues with the latest suspect named in the graft case claiming he had not been given a formal notification of his status.
Former Air Force chief of staff planning assistant First Marshall Supriyanto Basuki, who last week was named a suspect by the military police, said the case — which repo...
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