The Bucket Should Stop with Jokowi
The President must not continue to avoid doing anything. He should abide by the recommendation from the Ombudsman and restore the jobs of the KPK employees.
PRESIDENT Joko Widodo cannot continue to ignore what is happened to the 57 employees of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). The arbitrary dismissals of these employees not only ended their careers at the anti-graft commission, but also further buried the fight to eradicate corruption in Indonesia.
At the end of September, KPK Chair Firli Bahuri fired 57 employees deemed to have failed the civic knowledge test. Firli also close...
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