Back in September 2019, the Bill on the amendment of Law No. 30/2002 on the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) was passed. Its content and the closed manner of the deliberation of the Bill caused a stir. After the Bill was passed, several parties challenged it with their respective Judicial Review petition at the Constitutional Court. By the end of the same year the Constitutional said has eight of such petitions under review. The earliest petition had been denied soon after its registration while the remaining petitions needed longer time to be decided. Over a year later, on May 4, 2021, the Court finally make their decisions. Only one petitions is partially granted, while the other petitions are all denied, including the petition submitted by former Chief of KPK Agus Rahardjo et al.
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