Corruption to be tried in public court?

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Now the drafters want to try corruption in public courts?:
What a shocking discourse. The team drafting a new anticorruption law is seeking to kill the three-year-old Anticorruption Court, where the enemies of graft work for a clean future. If the House of Representatives, which Transparency International Indonesia singled out in its last year's Corruption Perception Index report as the country's most corrupt institution, eventually endorses the bill, all corruption cases will be tried at a public court.The courageous non-career, ad hoc Anticorruption Court judges will have to find jobs elsewhere, because only the career judges at the public court will be licensed to prosecute.
Told ya to keep an eye. Back to the stone age gentlemen...