Developing A More Effective Corruption Eradication Commission

  • I Gede Agus Wibawa Universitas Warmadewa
Keywords: Corruption, institutions


The KPK (Corruption Eradication Commission) is one of Indonesian state institutions established after the reformation of the passage of Law Number 30 Year 2002 on the Corruption Eradication Commission. In the course of time, since the establishment of the KPK many cases of great corruption have been revealed. Various breakthroughs that have been done the KPK psychologically certainly can create a deterrent effect for the perpetrators of crimes and also give effect to the fear of unscrupulous public officials who have not been caught. The burden on the shoulders of the KPK to combat corruption is not an easy task, not only taking all the personnel time, but it can even be life threatening. However, the people's expectation below is still very great to the KPK, because until today the people only trust it. Although the soul is betting the personnel of the institution, it is grateful for anyone who can be trusted to join a member institution named KPK.


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