Restoring Public Trust in Anti-Corruption Commission
Monday, 11 July 2022
The criminal nature of the gratuities accepted by Lili Pintauli Siregar was enough to take the deputy chair of the KPK to court. This is momentum to restore the dignity of the anti-graft commission.
THE money was ‘only’ Rp90 million. But this case shows the morals and ethics of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) have been in ruins for at least the last three years since the revised KPK Law came into force.
In public, the KPK’s image has been ruined. Despite this, although they are much reduced, the hopes and enthusiasm to eradicate corruption must not allowed to fade away. The KPK must take advantage of this...
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