Immobilizing the KPK
THE new Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Law goes into effect on Thursday, October 17.
Some legal experts consider that this revised law will disrupt the work of the KPK. Zainal Arifin Mochtar, Director of the Center for Anti-Corruption Studies at Gadjah Mada University, said that articles in the new law create confusion because it does not include transitional regulations.
He cited that the new law, which says that electronic surveillance, confiscation of assets, and searches must be done with the authorization of the board of su...
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