House insists on inquiry, ignores public outcry
Nurul Fitri Ramadhani
The Jakarta Post
For the umpteenth time, the public and antigraft activists have called on the House of Representatives to halt its move to weaken the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), a warning that fell on deaf ears on Sunday as lawmakers insisted on carrying on with their plan to launch an inquiry into the antigraft body.
The House’s inquiry team is set to invite Hanura politician Miryam S. Hary...
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