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Jakarta Post

Integrated national blacklist as an effective deterrent

  • Andre Notohamijoyo
    Andre Notohamijoyo

    Environmentalist, Ph.D in Environmental Science University of Indonesia

Jakarta   /   Wed, August 29, 2018   /  04:23 pm
Integrated national blacklist as an effective deterrent Social Affairs Minister Idrus Marham at the Corruption Eradication Commission building on May 21 for questioning as a witness in relation to alleged bribery involving a logistics procurement at the Maritime Security Board (Bakamla) in 2016. (Antara/Rivan Awal Lingga)

Improving the quality of infrastructure is one of the main developmental challenges in a region. Successful infrastructure development encourages economic growth, and vice versa. 

Many regions have problems in infrastructure development as a result of corrupt practices. It is also a reflection of leadership and bureaucracy in the region.

Allegations of corruption in various development projects are difficult to ignore. Various sting operations by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) show corruption is one of the causes of low infrastructure quality in the regions. 

Unfortunately, attempts to eradicate corruption are still hampered by many things, especially the weak deterrent effect. 

Many corruption perpetrators, both in the government and private sectors, can still live in luxury in prisons and get variou...

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the official stance of The Jakarta Post.