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The Winding Path to the Police HQ

Monday, October 11, 2021

National Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo plans to recruit anti-corruption fighters who failed their controversial civic knowledge test, but many regulations stand in the way.

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KPK Chair Firli Bahuri (second from left) and National Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo (center), after a meeting at the KPK Building, Jakarta, February 9, 2020. Tempo/Imam Sukamto . tempo : 170211480659.

THE 45-minute meeting came to a dead end. Nine representatives of former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) employees who failed the civic knowledge test (TWK) met with high officers at the National Police Headquarters in Jalan Trunojoyo, South Jakarta, on Monday, October 4. “We only spoke about general topics at this point,” said Hotman Tambunan, one of the former KPK employees who attended the meeting, on October 8.

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