Graftbusters Abandon Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Agency
Employees blame new law that hamstrung performance
By: Ainur Rohmah
The extent to which Indonesia’s once-feared Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has fallen from grace is exemplified by the departure of dozens of employees since the beginning of this year, raising concerns that their resignations stem from disillusion with a controversial revision to the KPK Law which is projected to reduce the age…
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