Jakarta, (ANTARA News) - The football anti-mafia task force is set to again interrogate acting chief of the All Indonesia Football Association (PSSI) Joko Driyono on Wednesday over charges of destroying evidence in an alleged match fixing.
"Let us wait," chief of the task forces media team Senior Commissioner Argo Yuwono stated on Wednesday.
The questioning of Driyono, as a suspect, will focus on his instruction to several people to destroy the evidence, he remarked.
This is the third time that Driyono will face such questioning. However, the police have not yet arrested him.
The task forces investigator will also seek further information from former PSSI executive commissioner Hidayat, who has been named a suspect.
The investigators are focusing on alleged match fixing in several soccer matches held in Indonesia.
Source: Antara News