House Wishes to Restrict the KPK
The DPR is quietly making efforts to revise the KPK law while the selection process for the anti-corruption commission’s leadership is ongoing. With articles to restrict its authorities, the KPK is already in a precarious position. The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle had already prepared the revision for some time and now has the agreement of all political parties.
IRMADI Lubis hurried to the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) leadership room on the seventh floor of the House of Representatives’ (DPR) Nusantara Building I on the afternoon of Tuesday, September 3. PDI-P Faction Chairman Utut Adianto and others from the party had already been waiting for the 67-year-old man’s arrival.
According to Irmadi, Utut told him that the faction had agreed to revising the legislation law known...