House throws spanner at Corruption Court bill
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The House of Representatives has played down the importance of an independent Corruption Court, stating it was “not urgent” to protect it with a government regulation in lieu of law. “There is no need for the government to issue such a regulation, because there is no urgency at all,” chairwoman of the House’ special committee for the Corruption Court bill, Dewi Asmara (of the Golk...
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