House vows to uphold graft courts
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Lawmakers promised Tuesday they would revise a corruption court bill to create independent courts amid public concerns the bill might be used to weaken the country's fight against graft. Activists and experts are worried about two articles in particular. One article designates district court heads to chair regional corruption courts, while another article delegates the authority to select judge...
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