The Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission has successfully prosecuted more than 600 defendants in corruption cases since 2004, but only about 5% of these defendants were charged for offences related to the forestry sector. The Indonesian government has initiated various preventive policies to reduce rapid deforestation and preserve the sustainable allocation and use of land. However, the prosecution of corrupt acts has fallen short of indicting the involved companies and seizing all proceeds of crime.

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