Jakarta, March 7, 2017 - Transparency International launched the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB). GCB is a portrait of corruption eradication performance based on public perception and experience in each country. The results show lawmakers across the region need to do much more to support whistleblowers; governments must keep promises to combat corruption, including their commitments to meet the Sustainable Development Goals.

 

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Jakarta, January 25, 2017 - Indonesia consistently shows improvement in eradicating public sector corruption. This consistent improvement will only produce an immediate result if accompanied by real measures from all parties to strengthen business integrity in the business/private sector.

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Kuala Lumpur. The weakening of Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) and the criminalization of a number of anti-corruption activists, drew attention from the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) participants. An international solidarity to fight against the poor-performed politicians and law enforcers that are constantly threatening KPK and the anti-corruption activists through the exposure of oligarch interests and corruption-derived assets, was proclaimed by a delegate from Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Civil Society Coalition on the first day of the conference.

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Representative of Civil Society’s coalition consists of 125 people from 85 organisations from Aceh to Papua, under the Anti-corruption National Movement, met on 26-27 Feb 2015 in Depok-West Java. The objective of the meeting was to discuss the situation regarding the movement to weaken KPK, the weakness of law enforcement and the threat against corruption eradication agenda in Jokowi’s government and ministries cabinet.

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Jakarta. Yesterday morning President Joko Widodo has inaugurated Taufiqurrahman Ruki, Johan Budi, and Indrianto Seno Aji as Acting Commissioners (Plts) of the KPK. With the inauguration, President Joko Widodo has either conscious or not led this dying anti-corruption agency into its death. The placement of any Plt who has a poor track record and potential conflicts of interest will internally paralyze the KPK and making it a tool of political interests and legal protection for corruptors.

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Jakarta. The decision of President Joko Widodo to appoint the acting chairmen (Plts) of KPK is a time bomb for the destruction of this anti-corruption agency. The effort to place the candidates with poor track records clearly endanger the handling of various cases by the KPK and the spirit of eradicating corruption in the public eyes.

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After a long wait, President Joko Widodo finally took a stand related to the inauguration of Commissioner General of Police (Komjen (Pol)) Budi Gunawan as a police chief candidate. Unfortunately, President Joko Widodo said nothing about, or at least indicated an intention to stop, the criminalization of the Corruption Eradication Comission (KPK).

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Transparency International, the global anti-corruption organisation, and its chapter in Indonesia support the independent anti-corruption commission, known as the KPK, and call on the President of Indonesia Joko Widodo to publicly endorse the organisation’s independence and allow it to carry out its work free from political interference. 

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Siem Reap, 13 January 2015 - Gathered at the first ever International Youth Camp on Transparency and Integrity organised last week in Siem Reap, Cambodia, youths from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Vietnam, Cambodia and the Philippines expressed their will to fight against corruption in their countries and in the region and took concrete steps to carry this fight forward. 

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November 10, 2014 –Indonesia should commit to make it much harder for the corrupt to hide behind secret companies, Transparency International Indonesia said today.

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