KPK Law Revision

With graft suspects already taking advantage of a new legal loophole allowing them to use pretrial motions (praperadilan) to quash corruption charges before they are even indicted in court, Indonesia's notoriously corrupt lawmakers have announced plans to revise the 2002 law on the Corruption Eradication Commission (Revisi UU KPK) aimed at limiting the anti-graft body's power to investigate and prosecute graft cases.

Kompas - June 27, 2015