Tito plays safe in weapons controversy
Margareth S. Aritonang and Moses Ompusunggu
The Jakarta Post
National Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian has opted to “maintain the good ties between the police and the Indonesian Military” (TNI), and not spill the beans during a hearing with the House of Representatives’ Commission III overseeing legal affairs.
Speaking in public for the first time after a weapons fiasco that turned military-police relations sour, Tito repeatedly emphasized that...
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