EDITORIAL: Follow the money
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM New momentum to place the country’s corrupt political party system in purgatory awaits the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) — as dozens of politicians from various parties have been named in the indictment of two former Home Ministry officials standing trial for allegedly accepting bribes in the procurement of e-ID cards nationwide. The KPK has no choice but to seize the oppo...
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