The Jakarta Corruption Court sentenced Suroso Atmo Martoyo to five years in prison for accepting $190,000 in cash bribes and hotel stays relating to fuel procurement contracts in 2003.

The bribes were paid to award a $4 million Indonesian government contract to UK-based fuel additives manufacturer Innospec.

The court found that Soegih Interjaya director Willy Sebastian Liem on behalf of Innospec had paid the money to Suroso. Willy is already behind bars in connection with a corruption incident.

Suroso was also ordered to pay 200 million rupiah in fines, which would translate to a further six months imprisonment if not paid.

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