The New Incentive(?) for Whistleblowers for Revealing Crimes of Corruption

 

To date, the Indonesian government and institutions have largely remained entrenched in an endemic culture of corruption. Despite major victories before the court by the Corruption Eradication Commission (“KPK”) in recent years, crimes of corruption (especially bribery and gratification) remain a major problem at every level of government institution.

Read more about Indonesia’s whistle-blowing system in an opinion piece written by Lia Alizia, Rudy Andreas Sitorus, and Arsa Mufti Yogyandi published by Hukumonline.


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