Belated RIP for Indonesia’s Once-Feared Graft Watchdog
Death knell sounded more than two years ago
The Jakarta Post today (December 23), in an editorial, wrote what it called the final obituary for Indonesia’s once-feared Corruption Eradication Commission, an agency that from its inception in 2003 never lost a case in court and that jailed politicians, civil servants, bankers, movie and television personalities and such pro…
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