Asset Recovery Percentage Is Still Low
An interview with Financial Transaction Report and Analysis Center (PPATK) Chief Dian Ediana Rae on the delayed discussion of the Asset Forfeiture Bill. Indonesia temporarily lost the opportunity to develop the transparent economy.
THE Asset Forfeiture Bill is needed to facilitate the seizure and handling of assets that are suspected of having been obtained through illegal means. However, the House of Representatives (DPR) refused to include the draft law in the 2021 National Legislation Program (Prolegnas). Financial Transaction Report and Analysis Center (PPATK) Chair Dian Ediana Rae said that the bill’s ratification is an urgent matter. To Tempo journalists Hussein...
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