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Indonesian anti-graft deputy offers to resign

Mr Bambang's (above) resignation letter must now be approved by the head of the agency, Abraham Samad, who said on Saturday he would refuse such a request


THE deputy chief of Indonesia's anti-graft agency submitted his resignation letter on Monday after being named a police suspect, worsening a two-week long feud between the two rival law enforcement agencies.

In his biggest test since taking office in October, President Joko

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