Verdict is delayed in Indonesian bank scandal

INDONESIA - An Indonesian court Wednesday postponed announcing its verdict on a multimillion-dollar corruption scandal allegedly involving the head of Indonesia's central bank.

The court was adjourned until next Wednesday because one of the three judges failed to show up.

The central bank's governor, Sjahril Sabirin, is accused of facilitating the transfer of the equivalent of $80 million in 1999 from the insolvent Bank Bali to a company closely linked to then-President B.J. Habibie's ruling

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