International Cooperation to Suppress Transboundary Corruption in Indonesia
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Issue 12:4

Nella Sumika Putri

International Cooperation to Suppress Transboundary Corruption in Indonesia

Indonesia already made some agreements with other countries to cooperate combating corruption, but the process of cooperation to eradicate corruption has not always been smooth. Even though Indonesia has co-operated with other countries in form of legal policy and law enforcement, the formal process takes a long time and high fees. Dual criminality, different legal system and good willingness are some factors that inhibiting law enforcement process. Hence, besides the formal way, good willingness and reciprocal principle, the requesting of extraditing the fugitive to Indonesia can be done by diplomatic channel without formal request.

 

Nella Sumika Putri is a lecturer at the Criminal Law Department, Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia.

Email: nella.sumika.putri@unpad.ac.id

2019 - Volume 13 Issue 1