Indonesia media says anti-graft agency arrests energy regulator chief

JAKARTA,  (Reuters) – Indonesian media reported yesterday that the Southeast Asian country’s anti-graft agency had arrested the head of Indonesia’s energy regulator for alleged corruption.

Metro TV said SKKMigas Chairman Rudi Rubiandini was taken into custody by anti-graft officials in the capital, Jakarta. Officials with the anti-graft body, often referred to by its Indonesian acronym KPK, were not immediately available for comment.

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