Indonesian governor questioned

Burhanuddin Abdullah, the governor of Bank Indonesia has been questioned over an alleged corruption case which the country's powerful Corruption Eradication Commission believes involves the central bank.

According to media reports, the governor was questioned by the anti-graft agency for several hours on 20 February. Two other employees of the central bank, Rusli Simanjuntak, head of the central bank's office in Surabaya, and Oey Hoey Tiong, the director for legal affairs, have also been quest

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