Politics continues to derail anti-corruption fight: Experts
Bagus BT Saragih
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Politics is stalling the country’s antigraft campaign, with the powers that be allegedly directly interfering with the legal processes of cases implicating high-profile figures.On Dec. 23, Constitutional Court chief justice Mahfud M.D. claimed that he received a threat that one of the court’s justices would be charged with corruption should the court declare then attorney general Hendarman Sup...
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