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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