Corruption Fight in Indonesia Marches on

December 13, 2010 — An article on focuses on World Anti-Corruption Day and the release of corruption rankings by Transparency International. Many organizations, including The Asia Foundation, have worked to fight corruption in Indonesia. The Asia Foundation’s Robin Bush is quoted as saying, “Tackling corruption is incredibly complex, and the government is not monolithic. But it’s no longer politically acceptable to be corrupt, and the public is no longer patient and no longer tolerant of this type of corruption.” Read the full article: “Corruption fight in Indonesia slowly marches on.”

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