THE statement, made two weeks ago by Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy head Bambang Widjojanto, was like a lightning in broad daylight. During a discussion held at the KPK office in Kuningan, South Jakarta, he leaked out a very important information: within the next six months, an active minister in President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's cabinet is going to be made a suspect in a corruption case.
Bambang's statement immediately triggered pros and cons. Those who agree considered that it is high time the KPK take such a bold action. The statement made by a figure of a leading law enforcement is considered to be an important shock therapy to curb white collar crime. Those who do not agree are also just as loud. They consider that it is not appropriate for the KPK to release such a statement, especially since it is still not clear which minister nor the case involved.
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