Indonesia: Authorities must immediately address attacks on anti-corruption commission staff

Amnesty International urges the Indonesian authorities to take concrete steps to end attacks on the staff of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK or Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi), a government agency tasked with fighting corruption. The latest attack happened on 13 September at the KPK’s office building in Jakarta, when around a hundred people tried to storm the building. The attackers threw rocks, beat KPK’s security personnel — so badly that some had to be admitted to the hospital — and destroyed a journalist’s equipment.

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