Interpol seeks Nazaruddin for bribery allegations

Indonesian National Police and Interpol are still trying to locate the whereabouts of Muhammed Nazaruddin, who is accused of accepting bribes worth almost $3 million, officials said Thursday.

National Police Chief General Police Timur Pradopo told Antara news agency that authorities were 'doing their best' to bring Nazaruddin, 32, back to Indonesia. The former treasurer of the governing Democratic Party was officially named a suspect late June in a bribery case involving an athletes' village project in Jakabaring, Palembang. The Interpol has listed him in its Red Notice list to seek his arrest or provisional arrest with a view to extradition.

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