Achmad Setyo Pudjoharsoyo, New Secretary of the Supreme Court
Achmad Setyo Pudjoharsoyo (with glasses), former Chief Judge of West Jakarta District Court, was sworn in as the Secretary on February 2, 2017.
Jakarta | English.badilag.net (10/2/2017)
After President Joko Widodo confirmed him as Secretary of the Supreme Court, Achmad Setyo Pudjoharsoyo was sworn in by Chief Justice the Hon. Prof. Dr. H. M. Hatta Ali, S.H., M.H., on Tuesday morning (7/2/2017) at the Supreme Court building.
Achmad Setyo Pudjoharsoyo replaces Nurhadi who resigned in July last year. Pudjoharsoyo was selected after undergoing a number of stages in the process of open recruitment for the secretary post. He was chosen with other two officials, Aco Nur and Imron Rosyadi, to fill in the vacant post. President Joko Widodo finally chose Pudjoharsoyo among the three nominees put forward by the Selection Committee.
As the highest official in the secretariat of the Supreme Court, Pudhoharsoyo leads 6 echelon I working units, 828 regional working units and more than 31.783 court officers all over Indonesia.
Before selected as the Court’s Secretary, Pudjoharsoyo began his career as judge candidate in Tegal District Court in 1985 and then judge at Labuha District Court in 1989. After that, he was transferred to a number of district courts as vice chief judge and chief judge. Chief Judge of West Jakarta District Court is his last position before becoming the Supreme Court Secretary.
| Achmad Cholil | photo: kompas.com