Government seeks new amendment on BI law

INDONESIA - The government has resumed talks with legislators on the long suspended amendment of the central bank law, expanding the scope of discussion from Bank Indonesia's accountability to the entire law if need be, a legislator said.

Legislator Paskah Suzetta of the Golkar party said the government was seeking a comprehensive approach to resume talks on the amendment of the central bank law.

But he ruled out major revisions to the law, saying discussion would rest on adjusting the law to

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