KPK backlog reaches more than 16,000 cases
Ni Komang Erviani
PREMIUM Because of its limited manpower and resources, of some 16,200 cases reported to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), only a small number had been dealt with, a KPK official said on Tuesday. In 2007, the KPK had only managed to complete its investigations of 19 cases, and was expecting to complete less in 2008, KPK public education division official Budiono Prakoso said. &qu...
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