KPK told to pull their act together, piling cases
Arghea Desafti Hapsari
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM With questions looming over several unresolved graft cases, an NGO has called for improvement of the Corruption Eradication Commission’s (KPK) case handling.Tama S. Langkun from Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) investigation division said Friday that the antigraft body’s sluggishness in moving cases to higher legs of investigation and prosecution stemmed from its erroneous and complicated proc...
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