Bank Indonesia candidate grilled by parliamentary commission

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Agus Martowardojo, the president of Indonesia's favoured candidate to take over as governor of Bank Indonesia, was grilled today by a parliamentary commission, facing awkward questions on his links to graft cases during his term as finance minister.

Agus, currently the Indonesian finance minister, was questioned on his handling of two scandals: accusations that funds were misappropriated during the construction of the Hambalang sports centre; and questions raised regarding the spiralling bail

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