Indonesia's anti-corruption agency said it will look into allegations that dozens of politicians siphoned off money causing state losses of up to $170 million in what could be one of the Southeast Asian country's biggest graft scandals.

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A plan to alter the powers of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is lurking behind a high-profile corruption case, raising concerns that efforts to weaken the antigraft body will weaken the country’s fight against corruption.

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Cambodia’s electoral system is now rated the worst in the whole Asia-Pacific region and among the bottom ten in the world. The Electoral Integrity Project ranked Cambodia 145th out of the 153 countries they assessed for electoral integrity.

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Jakarta. Indonesians think that the House of Representatives is the most corrupt institution in the country, shows a survey released by Berlin-based Transparency International on Tuesday (07/03).

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Indonesia has recorded a slight improvement in the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016, but was unable to raise its position in the global rankings.

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Despite reoccurring problems related to spatial planning and forest governance in Indonesia, there is optimism that these issues will be addressed next year.

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The Home Ministry and lawmakers are once again mulling a plan to increase the allocation of state funds for political parties. The proposed increase is 50 times higher than the Rp 108 (less than 1 US cent) of state funding granted to each party per valid vote per year, as laid out in an existing Home Ministry regulation introduced after the 2009 general election. 

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Private firms have been urged to adhere to good corporate governance as the country’s anticorruption body seeks to widen its “sweeping” coverage to include business entities.

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The government announced on Tuesday that it would loosen up audits on the disbursement of village funds to protect the local apparatus from potential legal charges because its staff have minimal budget management skills.

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A coalition of anticorruption civil society groups has urged all political party factions in the House of Representatives to retract their support for the amendment of Law No. 30/2002 on the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).

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