Corruption in the forestry sector in Indonesia continues year after year, involving not only state civil officials, but also causing great losses for the state. In suwarna abdul fatah’s case, for example, it was recorded that the state lost idr 468 million. This does not include the social and ecological burden and costs suffered by the community due to corruption and forest degradation.
To date there are 14 cases recorded with legal standing and are currently being handled by the corruption eradication commission. The state suffered total losses of idr 1.67 trillion.
In the effort to systemically eradicate corruption, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) began to unravel the tangled mess of the forestry sector by conducting problem mapping of the forestry sector.
Script writing and Editor: Een Irawan Putra
Produced by Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)
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