In October 2017, the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) named Edward Soeryadjaya, founder of PT Sugih Energy Tbk (SUGI), as the second suspect in the case of alleged corruption related to misplaced investments made by Dana Pensiun Pertamina. The first suspect—the former President Director of Dana Pensiun Pertamina M. Helmi Kamal Lubis—was convicted in January 2018. Edward’s docket, meanwhile, was expedited to the stage of prosecution on April 18, 2018. But last week, several national media outlets reported that the South Jakarta District Court had granted Edward’s pre-trial petition, by which the AGO’s decision to name him a suspect was declared unlawful.To subscribe please click here