Counterfeit money seized at PSBB checkpoint, suspects were on the way to shaman

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first_imgTasikmalaya Police seized counterfeit money in the form of Rp 100,000 (US$6.71) bills at one of its checkpoints set up to enforce large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in West Java on Monday.“We seized counterfeit money at the Cikunir, Singaparna checkpoint,” Tasikmalaya Police chief Sr. Adj. Comr. Hendria Lesmana said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.He said two people were arrested on the spot while transporting 29,600 counterfeit bills. After investigating the case further, the police arrested another two suspects. “The suspects, identified as MD, NF, MS and JU, came from Jakarta, Cianjur [in West Java] and Tangerang [in Banten],” Hendria said during a press conference for the case on Thursday, as quoted from kompas.com.He went on to say that the suspects were detained at the Tasikmalaya regional police headquarters, adding that the police were investigating whether the money was self-produced or connected to a syndicate.Read also: New regulation allows businesspeople, officials to travel despite ‘mudik’ banHowever, Hendria said the suspects did not intend to distribute the counterfeit money, instead they planned to seek out a shaman in the regency believed to be able to turn fake money into real money, according to police. “Nevertheless, we will proceed with the charge of possession of counterfeit money as the case develops,” Hendra said.The suspects have been charged under Article 36 of the 2011 Currency Law on producing and processing counterfeit bills, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years’ imprisonment and Rp 10 billion fine upon conviction.Bank Indonesia’s Tasikmalaya branch head, Heru Saptiaji, thanked the police for arresting the suspects.He confirmed that the bills that were seized by the police did not have the central bank’s security logo and did not use embossed printing, in addition to using regular paper instead of the special paper used to print money.  (mfp)center_img Topics :last_img read more


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first_imgExperts from various fields are dissatisfied with the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, urging it to prioritize health care in tackling the crisis, a recent survey reveals.Pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia conducted the survey in July involving 304 opinion leaders in 20 cities, including academicians, business people, journalists and NGO activists.Among them are Nadhlatul Ulama’s (NU) Mustofa “Gus Mus” Bisri, former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) chairman Busyro Muqoddas and Persahabatan Hospital pulmonologist Erlina Burhan. The reasons behind the government’s inefficient response, they said, were ineffective rapid antibody tests, insufficient funds to help those affected, poor identification of affected patients, slow distribution of aid, non-integrated regulations, inconsistency at implementing regulations and poor coordination among different sectors.However, the level of trust toward President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and Health Minister Terawan Agus Putranto was not much different between the public and the surveyed opinion leaders.The majority of the public (60.9 percent) and opinion leaders (57.6 percent) trusted Jokowi, according to the survey. Terawan, meanwhile, had the trust of 37.2 percent of surveyed opinion leaders and 38.9 percent of the public.The survey also revealed that the majority of expert respondents (71.1 percent) believed health care should be the government’s number one priority in solving the crisis rather than the economy.“This is in contrast with the measures taken by the government lately, which seem to focus on economic recovery, with 47.9 percent of the public supporting the approach,” Burhanuddin said.Surabaya-based Airlangga University political expert Kacung Marijan said the disparity between these opinions resulted from the different impacts felt by the public and the opinion leaders, who were part of the elite.“Most of the elite have not been not hit [economically] by the pandemic, unlike the public. After three months of the outbreak, the public has lost its patience.”He added, however, that the elite group urged the government to prioritize health care in order to revive the economy in the long term. Indikator executive director Burhanuddin Muhtadi emphasized the importance of the survey, saying that experts tended to be more critical of the government’s efforts as they have better knowledge and understanding of relevant details that the general public may not be aware of.Released on Thursday, the survey revealed that 36.8 percent of respondents approved of how the government is dealing with the pandemic — less than 51.5 percent of members of the public surveyed in May.A majority of respondents, or 64.4 percent, were of the opinion that COVID-19 transmission in Indonesia was not under control.Read also: Public trust in Jokowi’s COVID-19 response declines, survey findscenter_img Topics :last_img read more


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first_imgArsenal and Man Utd target Samuel Umtiti favours Chelsea transfer as Barcelona prepare to sell £45m star Advertisement Comment Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti reportedly favours a move to Chelsea (Picture: Getty)Samuel Umtiti’s representatives have told Chelsea they are his preferred destination if he is forced out of Barcelona this summer, according to reports.French defender Umtiti has endured a mixed spell at the Nou Camp since joining Barca from Lyon in the summer of 2016.While he has helped Barcelona win two La Liga titles and two Copa del Rey cups, Umtiti has failed to cement a place in the first-team, starting just 12 matches so far this season.Reports in Spain say Barcelona are ready to sell the 26-year-old to raise funds for their own spending spree, with Umtiti already offered to Premier League rivals Arsenal and United.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut Chelsea are also interested in securing his signature and, according to the Daily Star, have been told that Umtiti would favour a move to Stamford Bridge if he was sold by Barcelona.Barca may have to lower their valuation to tempt Chelsea to launch a bid, however, as it is claimed they are being put off by his £45m price-tag.Instead, Chelsea are reportedly currently working on a deal for Lille’s Brazilian defender Gabriel Magalhaes, who would cost around £22m. Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 1 Apr 2020 3:34 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.4kShares Frank Lampard is keen to bolster his defensive options this summer (Picture: Getty)Lampard was promised around £150m to spend on new signings before the coronavirus outbreak forced the 2019-20 season to be suspended.The Chelsea legend wants to sign a forward, a defender and potentially a new goalkeeper, with current No. 1 Kepa Arrizabalaga flattering to deceive following his record-breaking move to west London.The Blues, currently fourth in the Premier League, have also been linked with a move for Barcelona flop Philippe Coutinho.But Chelsea hero Frank Leboeuf has advised his former club against signing the Brazilian, telling ESPN: ‘I don’t think so.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Coutinho has been good with Liverpool, so far poor with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.‘I would have lots of question marks seeing him coming to Chelsea, to bring what? We have young players, very talented, who are very promising.‘We have good midfield players with [Mateo] Kovacic and Jorginho, to organise the game. I don’t know where his place would be.‘If I was the chairman, if I was the coach, I would be very hesitant to pick him up.’MORE: Lautaro Martinez’s agent responds to Chelsea and Barcelona transfer linksMORE: Kevin De Bruyne hails Manchester United and Chelsea transfer targetlast_img read more


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first_imgShare Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit Andrey Astapov, ETERNA LAW: Ukraine faces critical choices as gambling finish line nears August 21, 2020 Duma approves overhaul of Russian sports betting laws  July 23, 2020 Uzbekistan opens consultation for launch of national lottery July 20, 2020 Ilya Machavariani – Dentons CISMarket developments in the CIS region have shot to the forefront of the industry’s agenda, as an intense July saw Ukraine approve its Gambling Law mandate, the Russian Duma announce an overhaul of sports betting laws and taxes, whilst Uzbekistan forms a counsel for the development of a national lottery.  At the coalface of rapid developments,  Ilya Machavariani, Head of Russia and CIS Gambling and Gaming Practices for international law firm Dentons, tells SBC that stakeholders must acknowledge and understand intricate cultural and geopolitical dynamics which shape how legislations are formed and adopted.___________________SBC: Ilya thanks for this interview. Leading Dentons Eastern European practice group you have been a very busy man under lockdown. Why has this been a period of  ‘movement and disruption’ for the CIS region with regards to adopting new gambling legislations? Ilya Machavariani (Head of Dentons CIS ): I believe that existing movements in this region is a part of the bigger process of governments of jurisdictions around the world finally realising that it is impossible to combat offshore gambling and the only way forward is to regulate it.Zooming into CIS, I also believe that it was a matter of time until the regulations here will catch up with incredibly talented and proficient gambling practitioners originating from this part of Europe. It was imminent that all this expertise will finally leak out to high cabinets.To add to that, I also think that current international attention to these markets is partly a result of an existing knowledge gap between international betting and gaming community and ex-USSR territories. Honestly speaking, sometimes I have a feeling that amount of non-CIS betting professionals’ knowledge about more conventional markets surpasses their understanding of markets over here to the great extent. There are perfectly legitimate reasons for that: a language barrier, cultural, business, and political differences requiring anyone entering this territory to adjust to them, unclear regulations (sometimes) and general otherness of these markets.SBC: The CIS is formed of many young nations, redeveloping their commercial structures and identities. How is this dynamic going to shape how betting laws are adapted and interpreted? IM: I would not say that CIS nations could be qualified as “young” anymore. Decades passed since the fall of communism and these decades were really eventful and each nation pursued its own way during these years.Consequently, each nation came up with and preserved its own approach to the betting laws. Some prefer to use neighbour’s legislation as a template for its very own laws (for instance, curios researcher might see that Kazakhstan’s betting legislation is relatively close to a Russian one), some are looking for their unique way (e.g. Russia, Belarus, and Georgia, which have created legislation aimed at attracting foreign investments), some decide to look at well-known jurisdictions and mix foreign approach with local trends and ideas (e.g. Ukraine, Uzbekistan).SBC: Observing the Ukraine which is governed by a novice first-time government. Can it really, therefore, fulfil a full-scale gambling agenda by the end 2020? IM: I am always cautious about timelines when it comes to Ukraine as I do not want to create additional heat around the topic that is already really hot – my main desire is to keep everyone informed with the most accurate information possible in the circumstances; nevertheless I believe that if Ukrainian Gambling Commission (that is still yet to be formed as of July 2020) would accept first applications this year, it would be simultaneously encouraging and a bit surprising.If this scenario presents itself then Ukrainian government deserves an “A” for its efforts to go all the way through from complete gambling ban to the regulated market in less than two years.SBC: Are CIS states, therefore, conflicted in whether to adopt an open market framework or subsequently choose a monopoly structure for their gambling laws? IM: I would not say that there is a conflict or even any dispute in terms of this choice. As the reasoning behind adoption of gambling legislation is usually revolves around the governments’ attempts to increase revenues, it is counterproductive (to say the least) to create a regulated, but monopolised betting market.Of course, it may be argued that this approach allows the government to keep the industry on a short lead, but, in my opinion, such method is really blunt and simple; it is also might show lack of initiative from the government’s side, which is always discouraging.To add to that, as mentioned earlier, this territory is a homeland for lots and lots brilliant specialists who are eager to familiarize governments with a modern state of the industry, latest trends and best approaches that could be used to establish an open, competitive and fair market (provided that such brilliant specialists do not feel that they would be able to control this monopoly).SBC: Criticism has been lobbied at CIS states for not following western protocols in adopting gambling legislation… Is this a fair narrative? IM: This is a fair narrative indeed. But the reasons for this narrative might be surprising for you as this approach of CIS states has nothing to do with a possible biased point of view of the ex-Soviet governments on the western models.I told you before about my feeling that there is a knowledge gap between the international community and post-soviet markets, but this is not the only existing gap of such sort. Sometimes, when governments in the CIS are starting to legalise gambling or modify outdated legislation, they are not actively seeking help or assistance from the industry. It is really unusual for CIS states to conduct official consultations or engage outside specialists that could bring valuable expertise to the table.On the contrary, Ukraine and Russia are going a different way here as Ukrainian authorities have engaged a vast network of lawyers and gambling executives in order for them to assist in the preparation of the gambling law; in the meantime, Russian government has formed a separate expert group that has representation from each and every level of the Russian market – operators, regulator (and other involved state bodies), self-regulated organisations (their purpose is to oversee operators), lawyers (such as myself) and payments organisations.On reflection, latest changes to the Russian laws were not reviewed by this expert group and were adopted without any consultations with the market – in other words, mechanism of involvement of experts still requires some modifications (but I hope that Russia is getting somewhere).Despite Ukrainian and Russian efforts, the usual outcome of government’s passive approach is that preparation of the gambling legislation falls down on the shoulders of people who might be not familiar with gambling industry at all; therefore it is really hard to criticize them for not knowing latest Maltese or UK or European developments.SBC: So finally, following months of Lockdown, how do you see CIS developments playing out – what timelines and developments should industry stakeholders anticipate? IM: Well, I do not want to chart CIS states as all of them are important for me and I really care for each country’s movement towards modern gambling market, but if we would focus on the legislative developments in this region, I would say that you need to keep a weather eye out for further developments and market opening in Ukraine (late 2020 – early 2021), first steps towards betting legalisation in Uzbekistan (late 2020 – mid-2021; this market might compete with Ukraine if the course of legalisation stays the same), and unexpected changes in Russia (literally anytime when the State Duma is not in recess)._____________________ Ilya Machavariani – Dentons – Head of Russia and CIS Gambling and Gaming Practiceslast_img read more


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first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Dec. 22, 2015)–Recent Grade I stakes winner Stormy Lucy heads a full field of 14 fillies and mares three and up in Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 Robert J. Frankel Stakes, to be contested at 1 1/8 miles over the Santa Anita turf.Off at 65-1 in Del Mar’s one mile turf Matriarch Stakes Nov. 29, the Ed Moger, Jr.-conditioned Stormy Lucy paid a whopping $132.80, as she was guided to perfection from off the pace in a field of 14 by Kent Desormeaux.Owned by Moger’s brother, Steve, Stormy Lucy, a 6-year-old Kentucky-bred mare by Stormy Atlantic, notched her first-ever Grade I win in the Matriarch and she’ll seek her third win from 11 tries over the Santa Anita lawn on Sunday. With a 7-1-2-1 mark at the Frankel distance, Stormy Lucy will hope for a lively pace with Desormeax again engaged.Originally trained by Seattle-based Frank Lucarelli, Stormy Lucy was sold privately to Lucarelli’s high school classmate, Steve Moger, following a win in Santa Anita’s Grade II Santa Ana Stakes 11 starts back on March 16, 2014. One of the hardest knocking mares on the West Coast the past two years, her overall record stands at 31-8-2-5, with earnings of $771,700.Maryland-based trainer Graham Motion will be well represented in the Frankel by a pair of Eastern shippers, Grade I winning Peace and War and recent Grade III winner, Rusty Slipper.A winner of the Grade I, 1 1/16 miles Alcibiades Stakes over a wet fast surface at Keeneland on Oct. 3, 2014, Peace and War is a deep closer who has been winless in seven subsequent starts. Owned by Qatar Racing, Ltd., the 3-year-old Florida-bred filly by War Front is winless from two lifetime starts on grass and may prefer a change of surface if the weather dictates.Motion’s Rusty Slipper, a 5-year-old mare by Lemon Drop Kid, comes off a stirring come-from-behind tally in the Grade III, 1 3/8 miles (turf) Red Carpet Handicap at Del Mar Nov. 21 and will cut back a couple furlongs in distance for the Frankel. Owned by RMJ Stables, she has two thirds from five starts in Arcadia, and has one win from three tries at the Frankel distance.Team Valor International’s Three Hearts, who opened up by six lengths after the first half mile in Rusty Slipper’s Red Carpet Handicap win, tired late to finish third, beaten 3 ¼ lengths. Trained by Neil Drysdale, Three Hearts, a 5-year-old Kentucky-bred mare by Hat Trick, is 7-1-2-2 at 1 1/8 miles on turf and will hope to ration her speed as she cuts back in distance.An impressive turf allowance winner in her last two starts, Fox Hill Farms’ Glory, a 3-year-old Kentucky-bred filly by Tapit, has good tactical speed and could prove dangerous as she seeks her first graded stakes win for Jerry Hollendorfer.The complete field for the Grade III Robert J. Frankel Stakes, to be run as the eighth race on a nine race card Sunday, with jockeys and weights in post position order: Nancy From Nairobi, Drayden Van Dyke, 119; Three Hearts, Joe Talamo, 119; Alexis Tangier, Gary Stevens, 119; Rusty Slipper, James Graham, 124; Star Act, Kieren Fallon, 119; Peace and War, Joel Rosario, 117; Stormy Lucy, Kent Desormeaux, 124; Fresh Feline, Victor Espinoza, 119; Warren’s Veneda, Tyler Baze, 121; Sweet as a Rose, Brice Blanc, 119; Gender Agenda, Rafael Bejarano, 119; Glory, Mike Smith, 117, Honey Ride, Abel Lezcano, 119, and Gas Total, Flavien Prat, 119.                First post time on Sunday, Day Two of Santa Anita’s 63-day Winter Meet, is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. MARYLAND-BASED MOTION SHIPS IN WITH GRADE I WINNER PEACE AND WAR & RUSTY SLIPPERlast_img read more