Seminar: Parties stall bureaucratic reform
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Bureaucratic reform in Indonesia has moved at snail's pace due to intervention by political parties and widespread corruption, a seminar heard Thursday. Political considerations played a dominant role in the recruitment of personnel for professional bureaucratic positions, said Miftah Toha, a professor of political science at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta. "It's even mo...