The Prime Session of Djoko Tjandra et al. Held Monday 2 November

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – The first trial of the five defendants on behalf of Joko Soegiarto Tjandra (Djoko Tjandra), Andi Irfan Jaya, Tommy Sumadi, Brigadier General Pol Prasetijo Utomo, and Inspector General Pol. Napoleon Bonaparte will be held on Monday.

Head of Public Relations of the Central Jakarta District Court, Bambang Nurcahyono, said the case files of the five defendants had been submitted to the Corruption Crime Court (Tipikor).

“Furthermore, the first trial is planned for Monday, November 2, 2020, at 10.00 WIB,” said Bambang through a release on Saturday.

The files of the five defendants said Bambang entered the Corruption Court in Central Jakarta on Friday yesterday.

When this file was entered, he said, the Panel of Judges who would handle this case was immediately determined.

“October 23, 2020, at 15.00 WIB (incoming documents) and the Panel of Judges has immediately decided,” he said.

The four defendants, namely Joko Soegiarto Tjandra, H. Tommy Sumardi, Police Brigadier General Prasetijo Utomi and Inspector General Pol Napoleon Bonaparte, the trial will be chaired by the Chairman of the Assembly Muhammad Damis, Saefuddin Zuhri, and Joko Subagyo, with the Prosecutor General Wartono.

Meanwhile, for the defendant Andi Irfan Jaya, the trial will be chaired by IG Eko Purwanto as Chairman of the Panel of Judges, H. Sunarso, and Moch Agus Salim. With Public Prosecutor Rachdityo Pandu.

The┬áMinister of Trade, Agus Suparmanto, welcomed the plan to increase the competitiveness of Indonesia’s sharia economy in the international arena. According to him, there are eight strategies that have been prepared by the Ministry of Trade in an effort to increase exports of halal products.

“We appreciate the efforts to improve the competitiveness of the sharia economy. The Ministry of Trade has prepared eight programs to boost exports of halal products,” he said in the National Strategic Webinar “Indonesia Towards the Center for World Halal Producers”, Saturday.

First, focus on products and markets. Where halal products will be prioritized for the food and beverage sector. Then, cosmetics, medicine, travel, finance, fashion, media, healthcare, and education.

“Meanwhile the market focus will be prioritized for Muslim countries as well as those under OIC members. But our halal industry will also target non-Muslim majority countries,” he said.

Second, relaxation of imported raw materials for export destination industries. Third, increasing product competitiveness through the Indonesia Design Development Center (IDDC) under the Ministry of Trade’s Directorate General of National Export Development.

“At IIDC we provide working space, packaging and product clinics, and design consultation clinics. The Directorate General of National Export Development also facilitates IPR certification in the form of patents, brands, industrial designs, and others,” he explained.

Fourth, strengthening market access. Among them are the Trade Expo Indonesia Virtua Exhibition on November 10-16, the World Dubai Expo in October 2021- March 2022, and the use of FTA, CEPA, EPA, and PTA facilities.

Fifth, Optimizing E-commerce following the increasing use of digitalization in various countries. Sixth, optimization of export-oriented SMEs. Seventh, increasing exports in Special Economic Zones (KEK) and National Border Posts (PLN). Finally, optimization of the warehouse receipt system for export commodities.