KPK Reforms Organizational Structure, What Are the Impacts?


The head of the Corruption Eradication Commission changed the organizational structure of the institution through Commission Regulation (Perkom) No. 7/2020 on the organization and work guidelines (Ortaka), replacing Perkom No. 3/2018. The deputy chairman of the Corruption Eradication Commission, Alexander Marwata, revealed that the regulation is the manifestation of Law No. 19/2019 on the KPK.

"Organizational restructuring is carried out by taking into account KPK head’s strategic plan in 2020-2024, including the strategy to speed up corruption eradication," he explained on Thursday (11/19). Alex also said that Perkom No. 7/2020 is a prerequisite before the status change of KPK employees to the state civil apparatus (ASN).

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