Indonesia anti-graft body arrests energy watchdog chief
JAKARTA (AFP) - Indonesia's anti-corruption agency has arrested the head of the country's upstream oil and gas regulator over allegations of bribery, an official said on Wednesday.
Mr Rudi Rubiandini, chair of regulator SKK Migas, was arrested at his home in the capital Jakarta late on Tuesday and taken in for questioning over claims of bribery, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) spokesman Johan Budi said.
Two other men were also arrested and were being questioned, he said, without giving further details.
Mr Rudi, a former deputy energy and mineral resources minister, "is suspected of committing an act of bribery, so we are questioning him. He has not officially been named a suspect yet," Mr Budi told AFP.