Corruption Eradication Revitalization
If the government is serious about eradicating corruption, it is necessary to apply penalties that can have a deterrent effect, making corruptors give up and prospective corruptors think long before committing corruption
”Without strong watchdog institutions, impunity becomes the very foundation upon which systems of corruption are built. And if impunity is not demolished, all efforts to bring an end to corruption are in vain.” (Rigoberta Menchu, Nobel Peace Prize laureate 1992)
“Corruption Is No Longer an Extraordinary Crime.” The headline of Kompas (8/9/2022, page 2) is really heartbreaking. Pain is felt when reading its substance. There were 23 corruptors who received parole from the Law and Human Rights Ministry. The decision of the Law and Human Rights Ministry emphasizes that corruption is no longer an extraordinary crime.