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Lobbying Amid the KPK Confusion

Monday, JanuaryFebruary 4 2017 00:00 WIB

Six months before his time to retire from the bench, Constitutional Court (MK) Chief Justice Arief Hidayat wrote to the House of Representatives (DPR) to prepare fit-and-proper tests for candidates to become constitutional court judges. Arief, 61, said that the goal of his request was so that the DPR could choose candidates faster, "according to law," he said last week.

Lobbying Amid the KPK Confusion
Constitutional Court Chief Justice Arief Hidayat has so far succeeded in being the sole candidate to extend his chairmanship. If the DPR agrees to his reappointment, Arief promised that parliamentarians can further their efforts to obstruct the work of the Corruption Eradication Commission.

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  • Six months before his time to retire from the bench, Constitutional Court (MK) Chief Justice Arief Hidayat wrote to the House of Representatives (DPR) to prepare fit-and-proper tests for candidates to become constitutional court judges. Arief, 61, said that the goal of his request was so that the DPR could choose candidates faster, "according to law," he said last week.

    The Constitutional Court Law does not clearly regulate how long it should take

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