House grills KPK over seized assets
Margareth S Aritonang
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The pressure continues to mount on the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). In a first hearing with the anti-graft body leaders since the launch of a controversial inquiry into the commission, the House of Representatives on Monday called into question the fate of graft convicts’ assets that the commission has seized since its establishment in 2003. The KPK has refused to recogni...
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