Indonesia police name anti-graft agency chief as suspect in extortion case
Indonesia's police have named the chief of the anti-corruption agency as a suspect in an extortion case involving an ex-minister who was detained last month on graft charges.
Indonesia police name anti-graft agency chief as suspect in alleged extortion
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's police this week named the chief of the country's anti-corruption agency, Firli Bahuri, as a suspect for alleged extortion or receiving kickbacks, another setback in the once-prized government institution. Read full story
Indonesia police name anti-corruption agency chief as suspect in extortion case
Firli Bahuri, head of the Corruption Eradication Commission, is the latest official in the administration of President Joko Widodo to face corruption allegations.
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