Supreme Court Announces Acceptance Of Candidates For Corruption Ad Hoc Judges
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JAKARTA - The Supreme Court (MA) through the selection committee announced the acceptance of Candidates for Ad Hoc Judges for the Corruption Crime Court (Tipikor) for the First Level and Appeal Stage XVIII. "The selection committee opens opportunities for the best Indonesian citizens who are called to serve as Ad Hoc Judges at the First and Appeal Corruption Courts," said the Head of the Selection Committee for Ad Hoc Judges for the First and Appeal Corruption Courts, Dr. Suhadi in a written statement received in Jakarta, Tuesday, July 5. Suhadi said there are a number of requirements that must be met by prospective judges, including Indonesian citizens, fear of God Almighty, physically and mentally healthy as evidenced by a doctor's certificate. law or other scholars and have experience in the field of law, such as finance and banking law, administrative law, land law, capital market law and tax law for a minimum of 15 years. Applicants are also required to report assets to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), willing to attend judge training corruption and does not become an administrator or member of a political party.

"If you resign as a candidate for ad hoc judge, you will have to pay for the selection and education costs," he said. online via from 5 July 2022 to 4 August 2022.

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