Mar 28, 2014

If you are interested in corruption in Indonesia, you should read this article @Diplomat_APAC

The Diplomat Magazine has published an article about the chief anti-corruption body in Indonesia, Corruption Eradication Commission (the KPK).
It is quite informative on how the KPK works and how it become the target of corrupted MPs in Indonesia:
Indonesia: A Legal Plot to Thwart Corruption Fight | The Diplomat

Last month, Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (the KPK) was, as usual, on the offensive. It began prosecuting the former chief justice of the country’s highest court, who is alleged to have accrued at least $5 million in bribes by fixing rulings; it confiscated a Bentley, Rolls Royce and 40 other cars allegedly purchased with embezzled state funds by the younger brother of a provincial governor; and it launched an investigation into the Religious Affairs Ministry over $20 million in irregular transactions in the deposit fund for hajj pilgrims it manages.


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