INDONESIA OUTGOING AUDIT CHIEF IN GRAFT CASE

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JAKARTA: Indonesian anti-corruption officials have named the outgoing audit agency chief a suspect in a $32-million graft case, the latest high-profile scandal to hit the country’s public sector. Investigators believe Hadi Poernomo, named a suspect late Monday on the first day of his retirement, may have accepted bribes in exchange for tax exemptions granted to Indonesia’s biggest private bank. In the past year, the constitutional court’s chief judge and the head of the main energy regulator have been among the top civil servants targeted in corruption investigations.

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