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Alarming Signs in Law and Security

The public sees that corruption eradication, an important indicator of law enforcement, has suffered even further since the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Law was revised.

Prayogi Dwi Sulistyo/Edna C Pattisina/RINI KUSTIASIH/Nobertus Arya Dwiangga Martiar
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Thousands of workers and students rally to commemorate Youth Pledge Day in the Arjuna Wijaya Horse Statue area in Jakarta on Monday (28/10/2019). They also demanded a revision of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Law and rejected the draft Criminal Code Bill (RUU KUHP). The demonstrations took place in an orderly fashion.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS – The establishment of a government clean of corruption, collusion and nepotism as well as the reinforcement of the security sector have been two agenda items the public is most concerned about in the 22nd year of the Reform Era. If problems remain unresolved, they can undermine reform.

A Kompas poll involving 499 respondents in 30 provinces on May 6-9 showed that public discontent was highest in legal reform (81.6 percent), followed by discontent on reforms in politics (65.5 percent), economy (65.0 percent) and bureaucracy (64.9 percent).

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