Indonesia: Most corruption cases come from private sector: KPK

Author(s): Ayomi Amindoni | Date: September 29, 2016 | Language: English
Source: | URL: | Type: Text

Most corruption cases in Indonesia originate in the private sector through bribes and gratuities in the procurement and licensing process, according to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
KPK deputy for prevention Pahala Nainggolan said 30 percent of more than 500 corruption perpetrators processed by the commission were from the private sector. Business people tend to bribe officials, whether from the government or in the House of Representatives, to expedite their business.
“So, there is the private sector and the procurement and the administration process. And there is a public official in the middle as a bridge,” he said in Jakarta on Thursday, during the official launch of a global project to raise business integrity, the Alliance for Integrity.

This is a text block. Click the edit button to change this text..


Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *