Longing for a KPK with a Positive Image
History not only records the achievements of the KPK leadership in responding to the public will, but also what kind of KPK institution they will pass down for the nation.
Carrying out internal improvements to regain public trust is one of the main challenges of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) at present.
This situation can be seen from the results of face-to-face surveys and opinion polls conducted by the Kompas Research and Development division. The surveys, conducted in January, showed that 70.9 percent of people had a positive impression of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). This achievement was indeed better than in October 2021, which saw a figure of 68.6 percent. However, it was still below the 2017-2018 achievement, which was above 80 percent.