KPK holds blog competition
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is giving away laptops, tablets and smartphones.
The antigraft body is challenging local bloggers to publish a blogpost on “If I were KPK chief” in a blog competition, held by the KPK and local news portal tempo.co, with the aforementioned appliances as prizes.
“The competition is aimed at raising people’s awareness of our country’s future and boosting people’s support for the KPK. By improving understanding of the KPK’s authority and issues regarding corruption, we hope that people will play a more active role depending on their expertise,” the agency said in its announcement, published on lombablogkpk.tempo.co.
The competition is open to all members of the public, regardless of age. Those who are interested in joining the competition should publish the blogpost on their respective weblogs from Monday until Nov. 18, and post the blogpost’s link on Twitter while mentioning @tempodotco and @KPK_RI.
The winners will be announced in Koran Tempo daily newspaper on Dec. 6.
Requirements and provisions of the contest are published on lombablogkpk.tempo.co.