WALKING down an aisle strewn with documents on the eighth floor of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) offices was torture for Agung Laksono, two weeks ago. While ambling down the aisle toward an interrogation room, the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare asked an investigator, "Where do we run to if a fire breaks out?" The question went unanswered.
Agung protested to the investigator, saying the KPK did not grant his wish to have him questioned in his own offices. Agung said he considered the treatment unfair. "here have been witnesses who were questioned in fancy hotels or in their own offices," he said. "I'm a minister, but they won't let me do the same."
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