Syakirun Niam, Jakarta – Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) believes that the decline in Indonesia's 2022 corruption perception index (IPK) score to 34 points out of 100 cannot be separated from the permissive attitude to corruption taken by President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's
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Silvia Ng, Jakarta – Indonesia's 2022 corruption perception index (IPK) has plummeted by four points to a score of 34.
Jakarta – Transparency International Indonesia (TII) has recorded Indonesia's 2022 Corruption Perception Index (IPK) as falling to 34 or a decline of four points since the previous year.
Aryo Putranto Saptohutomo, Jakarta – Transparency International Indonesia (TII) Secretary General Danang Widoyoko says that Indonesia's poor Corruption Perception Index (CPI) is not caused by frequent Corruption Eradication Commission's (KPK) sting operations (OTT).
Irfan Kamil, Jakarta – Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) has criticised President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo State of the Nation Address at the 2022 annual session of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) on the issue of eradicating corruption.
Syakirun Niam, Jakarta – Gajah Mada University Faculty of Law Anti-Corruption Studies Centre (Pukat UGM) researcher Zaenur Rohman says that the corruption Eradication Commission's (KPK) performance has progressively worsened because the institution has been attacked from inside and out.
Jakarta – The Jakarta Legal Aid Foundation (LBH Jakarta) has given a red report card to the administration of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo and Vice President Ma'ruf Amin marking their second year in office on October 20.
Health worker: You also need this Mr so you can be healthy in serving the people.
Label reads: Anti-Corruptus 21 Vaccine. Especially for (money loving) government officials that like bribery, markups and scams.
Jakarta – Exposit Strategy Political Analyst Arif Susanto has warned that the discourse on revisions to the Information and Electronic Transaction (ITE) Law which have been proposed recently are nothing more than means to improve the government's image.
Penulis Irfan Kamil, Jakarta – The results of an Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) poll shows that 58.3 percent of respondents believe that there has been an increase in corruption over the last two years.
Man: Okay (headline reads 6% Economic Growth)
Government official: That’s okay too (headline reads Corruption Index of 34)
Man: Horeee... Indonesia’s the champion (Cup reads International Anti Corruption Day)