Jakarta (ANTARA) – Seven candidates for the posts of Supreme Court chief justice and ad-hoc justices recently took a fit and proper test conducted by the House of Representatives (DPR) Commission III on Thursday.
The physical and virtual fit and proper test, led by Deputy Chief of the House Commission II Desmond Junaidi Mahesa for the 2020-2021 session period, was held at the parliament building here on Thursday.
Dr Petrus Paulus Maturbongs, Dr Sinintha Yuliansih Sibarani, and Yarna Dewita were the three candidates for ad-hoc justice for corruption crime on the second day of the fit and proper test that kicked off on Wednesday.
Four of the seven candidates for Supreme Court justice and ad-hoc justices that underwent a fit and proper test on Wednesday are Andari Yuriko, as a candidate for ad-hoc justice for industrial relations; Triyono Martanto, as candidate for Supreme Court justice; Achmad Jaka Mirdinata, as a candidate for ad-hoc justice for industrial relations; and Banelaus Naipospos, as candidate for ad-hoc justice for corruption crime.
Source: Antara News