Newspapers in Indonesia are having a field day with two spectacular scandals, one of which included a surprise witness delivering testimony that inextricably tied the head of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Democratic Party to bribery allegations over the construction of an athletes’ village for the Southeast Asian Games last November. The other featured the naming of a former top Central Bank official in a 2006 bribery case in which nearly 30 lawmakers have already been arrested. .

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