Combating Corruption in Yudhoyono's Indonesia: An Insider's Perspective
Source TitleCILIS Policy Paper Series
PublisherCentre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne Author/sTaylor, Kathryn
AffiliationCentre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society
CitationsIndrayana, D. (2016). Combating Corruption in Yudhoyono's Indonesia: An Insider's Perspective. Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, University of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
Open Access URLhttps://law.unimelb.edu.au/centres/cilis/research/publications/cilis-policy-papers/combating-corruption-in-yudhoyonos-indonesia-an-insiders-perspective
Combating corruption in Indonesia is not an easy task, even for a president. Professor Denny Indrayana shares his own experience of just how complicated it was. He analyses the Yudhoyono government’s efforts to protect the Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission from attack by its many enemies, including corruptors. He argues that Yudhoyono tried hard to beat corruption and had some successes but many basic problems persist. In particular, the corrupt political landscape continues to make the war against corruption extraordinarily difficult.
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