Indonesia's anti-graft body targets parliament speakerSetya Novanto stands accused of cheating state out of more than US$170 million
Indonesian parliament speaker Setya Novanto is seen during an official function at the parliament in Jakarta, in this 2015 file photo. Novanto has been named as a suspect by the country's anti-graft body in an electronic identity card corruption case. (Photo by Andri Nurdriansyah/AFP)
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