JAKARTA - Minister for State Enterprises Dahlan Iskan said he has no plan yet to report lawmakers he accused of extorting or seeking to extort money from state companies to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
"I have no plan yet. We will see how things to develop," Dahlan said before a meeting with the Honorary Council of the House of Representative here on Wednesday. Dahlan came to visit the Honorary Council to make clarification about the changes in the name of two lawmakers he accused of extortion.
Dahlan has reported to the council a number of lawmakers he accused of extortion or seeking to extort money from state companies when discussing the budget. Dahlan`s move has caused an uproar in the House of Representatives with some lawmakers challenging him to publicly give the names and bring the case to KPK.
Three state companies have also reported to the Council confirming Dahlan`s allegations.
Dahlan said he is ready to face threat by some lawmakers including from faction of the ruling party to sue him. They threatened if Dahlan failed to show concrete evidence to back up his allegation they would sue him.