Sentenced for Corruption, Papua Provincial Council (DPRP) Speaker, John Ibo Dismissed

JAYAPURA CITY - Papua provincial council (DPRP) speaker John Ibo has been dismissed from office and as a council member following a special plenary session led by DPRD vice speaker Yunus Wonda in Jayapura on Thursday.

The plenary session was held after the council received letters from the Golkar Party's Central Executive Board (DPP) and the Papua Regional Executive Board (DPD) on the periodical replacement of a Golkar Party DPRD member.

"The plenary session was held to follow up on the letters from Golkar on the replacement of a DPRD member from the party named John Ibo," said Papua DPRD Vice Speaker Yunus Wonda.

"The outcome of the plenary session was later handed over to the governor, who will send a letter to the home minister to issue a decision letter on the replacement," he added.

Ibo, who held the position of Papua DPRD speaker, has been replaced by Dar Tabuni , formerly Papua DPRD Commission D vice chairman.

Ibo was sentenced by the Jayapura Corruption Court to 22 months imprisonment and fined Rp 50 million in January this year in a graft case involving Rp 2.5 billion (about US$238,000). [TheJakartaPost| Tempo]
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