Indonesia can investigate, why can't PNG?July 10 2008 at 7:43 PM
Indonesian corruption inquiry investigates $23b in missing revenue
By Jakarta correspondent Geoff Thompson
Indonesia's corruption watchdog has opened an investigation into the disappearance of $23 billion in state oil and gas revenues.
Ten years after it was set up, Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is beginning to cut a swathe through key Indonesian institutions.
The Bank of Indonesia's former Governor is on trial, and five parliamentarians have been recently accused of corruption, many caught red-handed in sting operations.
The Attorney-General's Department has been implicated with prosecutors caught taking bribes to drop embezzlement probes.
Now the KPK is asking the organisation which oversees Indonesia's oil and gas industry to account for $23 billion which seems unaccounted for.
"There are state assets that may have been reported incorrectly," said a KPK spokesman.
Re: Indonesia can investigate, why can't PNG?
|July 11 2008, 10:21 AM |
you yet saveh lo answer pinis na askim ken lo wanem...
we hide under a democratic umbrella but something true ya liklik republic blo somare ya.
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