Indonesia’s Retail Corruption

Ever since Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was elected president of Indonesia in 2004 on a pledge to root out corruption, the country has been waiting for him to do it. But despite the strenuous efforts of the country’s boldly named Corruption Eradication Commission, local officials still seem to dance around the issue as if it were some sort of comic opera. And occasionally they get caught.

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