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Febri Diansyah confirmed that the controversial revision of the KPK Law was a turning point that triggered him to resign from the institution.
Febri Diansyah reportedly stepped down from his position as the Head of the Public Relations Bureau of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) discovered irregularities between the need and the realization of the health devices including PPE.
Donny Gahral Adian of the Presidential Staff Office says it is reasonable for the government to channel a large budget to pay influencers.
The Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) assessed that the anti-graft body (KPK) has bowed to the executive and legislative power.
Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) researcher Almas opined the medical devices mafia amid the COVID-19 pandemic might exist as revealed by Erick Thohir
ICW said the government's poor law enforcement on the money laundering cases contradicted President Jokowi's remark to prioritize state assets rescue.
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) is pressing President Jokowi to remove Yasonna Laoly from his position as Minister of Law and Human Rights.
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) assessed that President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has no commitment to eradicating corruption.
The National Police quip about the Indonesia Corruption Watch's pessimism on the investigation into Novel Baswedan's case.
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) coordinator Adnan Topan Husodo has cast doubts on Jakarta councilors who did not submit their wealth reports.
The tender committee, vendors, and City councilors have conspired to manipulate programs in the Jakarta Budget Draft, according to the ICW.
The Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) has found suspected state losses of Rp278 billion.
ICW has requested a report on the result of financial transactions of Indonesian Chief of Police candidate Budi Gunawan to be disclosed.
The DPR must be transparent in the budget use.
Ribka has a bad track record for removing a paragraph related to tobacco in the law regarding health, ICW says.
Improper data collection causes the target miss, the ICW says.
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) suspected that the social aid fund was diverted and used for personal and institutional interest.
The strong influence exerted by Atut Chosiyah's family on her region's bureaucracy, serves as catalyst for corruption.
Potential state loss due to medical equipment procurement projects is Rp132.3 billion.