PREMIUMLengthy AGO investigation blamed for ARV shortage

first_imgLOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Linkedin A shortage of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs in dozens of cities and regencies across the country has raised public concerns, prompting a civil society group to demand that the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) speed up its investigation into alleged corruption in the government’s procurement of the drug.Indonesia AIDS Coalition (IAC) director Aditya Wardhana criticized the AGO, saying it had not done enough to settle the case after more than a year of investigating.“The attorney general [office] must be firmer. It should find out whether corruption was found in this case,” Aditya told The Jakarta Post on Tuesday.If there was evidence of corruption, he added, the AGO should name a suspect and continue with the legal process.“Even if the AGO found no evidence [of corruption], the office should at least issue an SP3 [investigation terminati… Log in with your social account Facebook Google Topics : Forgot Password ? HIV HIV-AIDS ARV antiretroviral-therapy health-ministry procurements AGO graft graft-allegation corruption kimia-farma Indofarmalast_img

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