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Indonesia revises law to put checks on anti-graft agency, sparks protests

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Indonesia's parliament on Tuesday approved changes to a law governing the country's anti-corruption agency, sparking alarm among activists who say revisions that include curbing its freedom to wiretap suspects will hurt the fight against graft.
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