Suspect Test Used to Boot Indonesian Graftbusters
Critically important employees to be removed
By: Ainur Rohmah
Opponents of Indonesia’s once-powerful Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) have used a provision of the law governing the agency, arguably Southeast Asia’s most effective government watchdog, to engineer the removal of 75 employees including senior investigator Novel Baswedan (above), a heroic operative who was blinded in his left ey…
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