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This sentiment was echoed by others, including Rizal Malik, secretary general of Transparency International Indonesia, headquartered in Jakarta.

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It touched Parliament for the first time in the last 11 months," says Malik. They are working hard and their achievements are great. Its mandate includes the following: Work with other state institutions to eradicate corruption; Oversee other government entities authorised to eradicate corruption; Perform investigations, indictments and prosecutions; Prevent corruption by examining reports on assets and gifts, conduct public education and undertake bilateral and multilateral cooperation; Monitor state korupsi kolusi nepotisme and recommend ways to korupsi kolusi nepotisme them corruption-resistant.


Haryono Umar appears to be a mild-mannered korupsi kolusi nepotisme without a major ax to grind against anybody.

But as one of KPK's five commissioners, he is one of the agency's top officials and intimately involved in the fight against corruption.

He says that in the last year alone the KPK has successfully prosecuted seven members of Parliament, two ministers, one Korupsi kolusi nepotisme Bank governor, seven mayors, five commissioners from the General Election Commission, two ambassadors, one former chief of National Police, two senior judges and two prosecutors from the AGO.

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SinceUmar says that the KPK has initiated investigations that resulted korupsi kolusi nepotisme a total of 49 convictions.

With a staff of aboutincluding investigators and prosecutors that are seconded from the National Police and the AGO, Umar says that recruitment of people with integrity is a critical factor in the KPK's success.

In a recent recruitment drive for new employees, Umar said that after reviewing the paperwork of around 25, applicants they only came up with 50 people who were even worth interviewing. On the korupsi kolusi nepotisme of wealth and gratification reports, the KPK is buttressed by a presidential decree passed in that instructs all government officials to submit reports declaring their assets.


However, this process has been slow to take effect and as of only about 55 percent of officials have responded to requests korupsi kolusi nepotisme submit the requisite reports. But according to Umar, a precedent has been set.

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He says of the reports examined so far between and korupsi kolusi nepotisme, that discrepancies have been found in submissions. They have 30 days to file a report and then we will clarify.

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The day this reporter visited the commission there were two sets of demonstrators outside the building demanding the KPK pursue with greater vigor a variety of cases. Until now, till now, korupsi kolusi nepotisme received 30, complaints from the public.

Umar shrugs off any concerns for his own safety.


Anytime we get a telephone korupsi kolusi nepotisme we have to answer it. Michael Hayes Haryono Umar, vice chairman and commissioner of the Corruption Eradication commission KPKsays he sleeps well at night and his mission is "to serve the people.

There are other government and non-government entities also engaged with varying degrees of success. While the issues these entities are addressing are important, the general consensus is that their effectiveness is limited.

Korupsi kolusi nepotisme recent publication titled "Curbing corruption in Indonesia ", written by Soren Davidsen, Vishnu Juwono and David Timberman, summarized the problem as follows: And second, their capacity to carry out their mandate is reduced by serious resource constraints.