Two months ago an interesting “clash” happened. The Minister of Finance visited the AGO and brought along reports on four debtors of the LPEI, alleging fraudulent acts which caused losses to the State. The interesting part is, days after that, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) stepped forward and announced that they had commenced investigation and inquisition into the similar allegation. The KPK looked like they wanted to steal the spotlight from the AGO, but the situation was quickly forgotten. This week, the KPK announced that it had imposed travel bans on several parties and interestingly, one of the companies suspected of being closely related to this case had long been declared bankrupt.To subscribe please click here