The Jakarta Post on August 20, 2011 released the following:
“Interpol has issued a red notice for Neneng Sri Wahyuni, the wife of high profile graft suspect Muhammad Nazaruddin.
The red notice, which asks Interpol’s member states to provisionally arrest Neneng, states that she is 29, 164 centimeters, 57 kilograms and speaks Indonesian and English.
Neneng was wanted for fraud, according to an arrest warrant issued by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
The KPK named Neneng a suspect last week in a graft case surrounding a solar energy project at the Manpower and Transmigration Ministry that allegedly led to Rp 3.8 billion (US$444,600) in state losses.
Neneng was believed to have accompanied Nazaruddin in fleeing Indonesia several months ago. Her husband was arrested in Cartagena, Colombia, and deported to Indonesia on Aug. 13.
Nazaruddin’s lawyers said on Thursday that the former Democratic Party treasurer sent a letter to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono asking to be imprisoned and that his wife and family be left alone.
Neneng’s whereabouts remain unknown.”
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