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Troublesome Quarter

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

KPK’s Supervisory Council is evaluating the performance of Commissioner General Firli Bahuri and his colleagues. Most of the problems are in the enforcement division.

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Corruption Eradication Commission Chairman Firli Bahuri (second from left) talking to Supervisory Council Chairman Tumpak Hatorangan Panggabean (left) at the KPK building, Jakarta, last March./TEMPO/Imam Sukamto. tempo : 171926821935.

DURING the Corruption Eradication Commission’s (KPK) quarterly evaluation meeting on April 27, its Supervisory Council asked about the performance of chairman Comsr. Gen. Firli Bahuri, and his four deputies. The Council focused on 18 problems that have happened since Firli and friends were inaugurated as leaders of the anti-graft agency on December 20 last year. 

One of Council members, Albertina Ho, grilled them about the reinst


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