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Indonesia police name anti-graft agency chief as suspect in alleged extortion

  • Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission chief Firli Bahuri has been named as a suspect in an extortion case involving the country's ministry of agriculture.
  • The allegations against Bahuri include receiving gifts or gratuities and there is enough evidence to link him to corruption at the ministry. Former agriculture minister Syahrul Yasin Limpo has also been detained in a separate corruption case.
  • Despite the accusations, Bahuri denies any involvement in corruption, and the KPK deputy commissioner states that the agency's work remains unaffected.
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