Most antigraft judge applicants unqualified, mediocre: Watchdogs
The Jakarta Post
The Supreme Court must be cautious in selecting the next ad hoc judges for corruption courts, as most applicants were mediocre or unqualified, antigraft watchdogs said.
Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) researcher Aradila Caesar said recently the team recommended three candidates to the court, out of 62 evaluated. There are 23 more candidates that the team has not yet evaluated.