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Seminar on Anti-Corruption, Faculty of Law and UMA Postgraduate Program in Collaboration with KPK RI

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The Faculty of Law and Postgraduate Law Masters at the Medan Area University held an online anti-corruption seminar using the Zoom and Youtube platforms of the Medan Area University on Wednesday, 09 June 2021.

The seminar, which was held in collaboration with the Faculty of Law and the UMA Postgraduate Law Masters Program and the Directorate of Community Participation Development at the KPK RI, was attended by the Chancellor of the University of Medan Area Prof. Dr. Dadan Ramdan, M.Eng., M.Sc. as the opening of the online seminar, the Director of the UMA Postgraduate Program, Prof. Dr. Ir. Retna Astuti K, MS, Dean of Law UMA Dr. Rizkan Zulyadi, SH, MH, and as for the speakers who were present, Professor of Criminal Law, Faculty of Law and UMA Postgraduate Prof. Dr. Ediwarman, SH., M. Hum, Kumbul KS, SIK., SH., MM Director of the Directorate of Community Participation Development Deputy for Education & Community Participation KPK and Commissioner James Hutajulu, SIK., SH., MH., MIK Head of Sub Directorate III Tipidkor The North Sumatra Police Ditreskrimsus then the moderator at the anti-corruption seminar, Dr. M. Citra Ramadhan, SH., MH as Head. UMA Master of Law Study Program.

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Approximately 500 participants, including the Mayor of Sibolga Jamaluddin Pohan, attended the webinar via Zoom Meeting. The seminar is also broadcast live on Youtube.

Prof. Dadan hopes that family leaders also invite their children to be honest and be able to control themselves from desires that are beyond their capabilities.

“Because corruption usually occurs because the perpetrators are unable to control their desires. Especially if we envy our neighbors or other people. Good practice of religion in the family environment also plays a role in preventing corruption," said Prof Dadan.

The Chancellor then expressed his appreciation and gratitude to the Faculty of Law and PPs UMA who initiated the anti-corruption webinar.

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Meanwhile, the Director of the Directorate of Community Participation Development, Deputy for Community Participation Education at the KPK, Kumbul Kuswijanto Sudjadi, in his presentation revealed that so far most of the people think that the task of the KPK is only to catch corruptors. In fact, based on Article 6 of Law No. 19 of 2019, the main tasks of the KPK include prevention, then coordination, monitoring, supervision, then prosecution and execution.

"So prevention first, then take action or arrest," said the police officer with the rank of Brigadier General

Kumbul, who is also an alumni of the Faculty of Law, UMA, revealed the results of the October 2020 KPK survey about public knowledge from those with S1 – S3 education related to the main tasks of the KPK. “The result is that only 6 percent know the main tasks of the KPK. People only know that the KPK works to catch and catch, so that the KPK is feared by the community. In fact, the only ones who are afraid of the KPK are corruptors. Not the community," said Kumbul.

Kumbul said the KPK needed public participation in preventing and eradicating corruption. However, public reports must avoid slander. Therefore, the complainant must include his/her identity.

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“KPK works professionally. And KPK will provide information development to the reporter and maintain the confidentiality of the reporter's identity. The KPK has 30 days to verify public reports. If the reporter is not identified, how do we communicate. So don't blame each other. KPK avoids slander," said Kumbul.

Another resource person, Prof. Ediwarman, said that community participation in preventing corruption is regulated in Law No. 21/1999 on the Eradication of Corruption Crimes.

“The public has the right and responsibility to provide information or opinions about criminal acts of corruption to law enforcement, namely the police, prosecutors, or the KPK. The community does not play a role because they are afraid to provide information on corruption crimes to the authorities,” said this criminologist.

Previously, the Dean of the UMA Faculty of Law, Dr. Rizkan Zulyadi SH MH, in his speech expressed his gratitude to the UMA rectorate for supporting the webinar with the Indonesian KPK.

Meanwhile, the Director of PPs UMA Prof. Retna Astuti Kuswardhani said that this anti-corruption webinar with the KPK was an implementation of the MoU PPs UMA with the KPK which had been in place since 2015.

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