The number of local politicians arrested for bribery by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) over the past two years has been astonishing. Adnan Topan Husodo writes that the KPK deserves credit for its efforts but a stronger focus on bigger players in Jakarta is needed.
After a difficult year for the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), what are the prospects for corruption eradication in 2016? The coordinator of Indonesia Corruption Watch, Adnan Topan Husodo, writes that although it still has a lot of homework to do, the public should not give up on the KPK just yet.
The anti-corruption movement in Indonesia is under attack. As leading organisation Indonesia Corruption Watch marks 17 years of fighting graft, its coordinator, Adnan Topan Husono, looks at the future of the civil society struggle against corruption.