Monday, a court in Indonesia sentenced a Constitutional court judge to eight years in prison for corruption.
The anti-corruption court in Jakarta found Patrialis Akbar guilty of receiving 10,000 dollars from a meat importer.
Consistent with prosecutors, the cash become intended to steer the final results of a judicial evaluation at the farm animals and animal fitness law. Akbar become the second Constitutional court decide to be jailed for corruption.
In 2014, the then chairman of the court, Akil Mochtar, changed into sentenced to existence in jail for receiving millions of bucks in bribes from politicians in return for favourable rulings on neighborhood election disputes.
The Constitutional court examines judicial evaluate petitions and regulations on disputes in local and national elections. Indonesia ranks 90th out of 176 within the corruption perceptions index compiled with the aid of German-based corruption watchdog Transparency international.