In the Crosshairs or at a Crossroads? Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Inflection Point

The anti-corruption enforcement landscape in Indonesia has changed significantly in recent years. With the application of a new criminal code and restrictions on the authority of the Corruption Eradication Commission (Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi), Indonesia’s law enforcement agencies are facing fresh challenges in their efforts to combat corruption. In this guest article, Hogan Lovells lawyers discuss the possible hopes on the horizon as legislation is debated that may address these challenges. They also consider the reform that could result from a significant February 2024 election to decide Indonesia’s leadership. See "Time to Reassess Multilateral Enforcement Risks as Development Financing in Southeast Asia Is Poised to Rise" (Jul. 20, 2022).

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