The first time Yoyok Riyo Sudibyo, the 43-year-old Regent of Batang, Central Java, dealt with the bureaucracy was when he was sworn in for the position, but soon after he assumed the position in 2012 he decided to do away with it.

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At a public event called Art to Combat Corruption (Seni Lawan Korupsi), dozens of artists are showcasing paintings, photographs and comics with anticorruption messages. The event’s chairman, Abduh Aziz, said the goal is to use art to raise support for anticorruption efforts in Indonesia, a country that ranked 107 out of 175 countries on Transparency International’s most recent Corruption Perception Index.

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We, the anti-corruption networks, academics, civil society organizations and concerned citizens, call for broad-based support for the anti-corruption struggle in Indonesia that has now reached a real testing moment from various ‘interest’ groups such as members of parliament, the police force, and various political parties. We call all concerned parties:

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Recently elected Indonesian President Joko Widodo passed one of the first tests of his integrity credentials on 16 January when he postposed the inauguration of Commissioner General Budi Gunawan, his candidate to take over as chief of police, pending an investigation into corruption allegations.

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On July to December 2012, TI-Indonesia conducted a research of “Youth Integrity Survey”. The research meant to see how the perception, attitude and the fact that young people regarding integrity in everyday life.

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Motivated by the spirit of KvsK film, Makko (a respectable group of online community comicus) produce comics around corruption issue. DIGDAYALEAKS was designed and produced under the Rokki series that already very familiar to youngsters.

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Jakarta - Indonesians face corruption daily - when dealing with the authorities, in schools or at work.
Although the country has achieved some success in fighting corruption since it embarked on wide-ranging reforms after the fall of the autocratic president Suharto in 1998, recent cases indicated the practice remains entrenched among officialdom.

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The government and civil society have placed their hopes in the public to help eradicate corruption following a presidential instruction that is expected to open access to public participation.

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Human rights and humanitarian issues that occur continue in Papua requires a comprehensive new perspective. With no measuring the scale of the problem in the province which has a special autonomy for 11 years with a standard that is used while talking about other provinces would be the answer.

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 “Don’t tell me you’re against corruption if you still bribe police when they pull you over,” a spirited rapper screamed at concert-goers at the Bulungan sports complex in South Jakarta on Saturday.

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