Indonesia’s Graft Watchdog Now a Shadow of Itself
Strong pressure to restore fabled agency to former glory
Indonesia's once-storied graft watchdog the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), which was emasculated by legislation pushed through the House of Representatives in 2019, is experiencing increasingly severe internal problems after the subsequent appointment of untrustworthy leaders including allegations of leakage of confidential documents to target…
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