Indonesian governor a suspect in corruption case

Indonesia's anti-corruption authorities are investigating allegations made against Burhanuddin Abdullah, the governor of central bank, and two other officials.

The Corruption Eradication Commission, referred to as the KPK, are looking into allegations that Abdullah, Oey Hoey Tiong, the central bank's director of legal affairs, and Rusli Simanjuntak, a former head of communications, paid lawmakers with funds from central bank coffers in order to secure a change to central bank law.

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