Questions around the Azis Syamsuddin Case
Despite having evidence of bribery, the KPK has not declared Azis Syamsuddin a suspect. There is increasing lobbying and politicization.
THE foot-dragging in the handling of the bribery case involving Azis Syamsuddin shows that the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is no longer independent from politics. Although it has strong evidence of the involvement of the House of Representatives (DPR) deputy speaker, the KPK leadership is still playing for time.
It is understandable that many people are asking if the KPK is serious in its investigation of a case involving a bigwig&nb...