What accounts for Indonesia’s rash of big corruption cases? One explanation is that modern election campaigns are costing more than candidates or parties can afford. So they’re tapping big and often illegal contributions from local and foreign businesses.… Continue Reading
The head of Indonesia’s ruling Democratic Party quit this week after he was named as a graft suspect by the country’s independent anti-corruption agency.
Anas Urbaningrum in under investigation for taking illegal payments in connection with a sports complex construction project.… Continue Reading