Indonesian Against Corruption!

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and the eradication of became a classic story in this country. Regime after regime into a double agent, in the sense of promising eradication government, whose role became the main perpetrators. Government of United Indonesia Cabinet volume II of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY), for example, the target figure Corruption Index (CPI) 5 (scale 0-10) at the end of his reign in 2014. However, until now the practice of corruption is still running as business as usual. Three years before tenggatt, final (in 2010) still struggling in figure 2.8. Indonesia Institute in 2010 reported by Transparency International puts the country ranked 110 out of 178 countries in the world. Or, Indonesia most corrupt country to 69 from 178 countries in the world.

Seeing this fact, some legal practitioners and academics in the city of , held a ‘Limiting Transactions, Combating Corruption’, Thursday (10/11) in the Faculty of Law, UB Malang. Present Dr. Todung Mulya Lubis, SH LL.M Todung reveal, every government in has sought to eradicate corruption, from the era of Suharto to SBY.

The new order, for example, Soeharto at least five times to form a team to eradicate corruption. In this period also for the first time the law on corruption (Act No. 3 of 1971) was born. Institute for the institutions continue to emerge to combat corruption, from the Joint Team on Corruption Eradication (TGPTPK) and State Officials Wealth Audit Commission in 1999, the Corruption Eradication Commission () and the Court of Criminal Acts of Corruption (Corruption Court) in 2002, to Tim Corruption Eradication (2005). But to no avail. The mice remained free to roam the office with the same mode.

If the government does not just merely lips service, the government should be able to make fundamental breakthroughs, concrete, and means in the fight against corruption. One breakthrough is a cash restrictions. During the can be made in cash, then the handover process it can evaporate without a trace. That means, the corrupt are still free to spend their money without any proof.

If cash transactions are limited, then the mechanism will switch to non-cash transactions. Non-cash transactions made through the payment of script-based / paper, such as: checks, and demand deposits, as well as electronic payment and card-based, such as cards and cards. If this happens, all transactions can be tracked and the space for corruption will be more narrow. If the policy of non-cash transactions are fully running, in the end the government, banks and step that the people who will benefit. This project is a joint project. It takes political courage the government, parliament, and Bank Indonesia. It sure would be a lot of resistance from the mafia, but whatever the risk is one way to liberate Indonesia from the snares of corruption.

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