Indonesia’s anti-corruption agency did too good of a job and got gutted

The World

Sometimes you can be too good at your job. That seems to be the case with the government agency in Indonesia that was in charge of rooting out corruption. Many of its top investigators, those who went after corrupt politicians and the business elite, are now out of a job. This month, the commission is essentially being dismantled. Jason Palmer, host of The Intelligence, a podcast from our partners at The Economist, joins host Marco Werman.