No Surprise from KPK
After the law was revised, criminal acts and violations of ethics by KPK staff, investigators and leaders were predicted from the outset. Rotten at the tail, body and head.
THE Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is in tatters. Given a mandate by law to eradicate corruption, its staff have been instead practicing deceit. Not all of them, of course. But given the wide range of those responsible—from ordinary staff to investigators and the KPK leaderships—it is difficult to hope that the Commission will have the courage to deal with corruptors.
The latest news is the arrest of investigator Police Adj....