Muhammad Busyro Muqoddas

Born in Yogyakarta on July 17, 1952, Busyro Muqoddas graduated from Faculty of Law at the Indonesian Islamic University (UII) in Yogyakarta. He earned his master’s degree in Law from University of Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, and his PhD from UII. He has held a number of positions, including the director of counseling and legal aid institute at UII’s Law Faculty, member of the Board of Ethics at the Indonesian Bar Association (IKADIN) Yogyakarta (1998-2000), member of the Board of Ethics at the Indonesian Court Monitoring (ICM) Yogyakarta (2000-2005) and the head of the Judicial Commission (2005-2010). In 2010, he was appointed as KPK Commissioner.

Within academic circle, Busyro has served as Assistant Dean III at the Law Faculty of UII (1986-1988), followed by Assistant Dean I at the same faculty until 1990. The father of three has participated in the Training on Severe Human Rights Violation Investigation (2004) and International Pre-Training on Human Rights, Conflict Transformation and Peace Promotion in Norway, held in Bogor, West Java, by Directorate General on Human Rights Protection at the Indonesian Ministry of Justice and Human Rights and the University of Oslo. Busyro loves to read and sports, and in 2008 received Bung Hatta Anti-Corruption Award (BHACA).

Busyro was appointed as KPK Commissioner following a series of fit and proper tests by the House Commission III on Nov. 25, 2010. Replacing Antasari Azhar, Busyro was inaugurated and sworn in by the President of the Republic of Indonesia on Dec. 20, 2010. He ended his term in 2014 as the Constitutional Court issued Decree No. 005/UUP-IX/VI/2011 on KPK Commissioners’ Working Term. The decree was issued after the Indonesia Corruption Watch filed for judicial review on Article 34 Law No. 30/2002 on KPK, related to KPK Commissioners’ Working Term

Antasari Azhar


Born in Pangkal Pinang, Bangka Belitung, on 18 March 1953. He completed his primary education in Belitung before moving to Jakarta where he took his secondary education. He then studied Law at the University of Sriwijaya, Palembang. Antasari actively involved in student organizations, and was elected as head of senate for Law Faculty and as president of student body.
Following his graduation, Antasari opted to be civil servant and worked at National Law Supervision Agency at the Ministry of Justice (now the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights). After working for four years, Antasari joined the Attorney General’s Office where he served for over 20 years, with the last position as Junior Attorney on General Crime.

Antasari has participated in numerous training and education programs, from administrative programs for civil servants and government officials like SPAMA, SPAMEN and SPATI, to specialization courses on subversion, corruption and environmental.

The father of two also attended training programs overseas, such as the ones on Commercial Law at Sidney’s New South Wales University in 1996 and Investigation For Environment Law, EPA, Melbourne in 2000. On the same year, he obtained the master’s degree on Law at the Institute of Business Law and Legal Management (STIH IBLAM) in Jakarta.

On 5 December 2007, House Commission III voted to appoint Antasari as a KPK Commissioner for 2007-2011 period, along with four other people. He was sworn in by the Presiden at the State Palace on Tuesday, 18 December 2007.

On 11 October 2009, based on Presidential Decree No. 78/P/2009, Antasari was dismissed from his positions as KPK Commissioner and Member for 2007-2011 period.

Bibit Samad Rianto


Born and raised in Kediri, East Java, on Nov. 3, 1945, Bibit joined the Police Academy and graduated in 1970. He spent 30 years serving at the Police in several regions, including as North Jakarta Police Chief, Central Jakarta Police Chief, East Java Deputy Police Chief, and East Kalimantan Police Chief.

Bibit retired from the Police on July 15, 2000 as Inspector General. For his service and dedication, he received a number of service medals and awards, such as Satya Lencana Kesetiaan, Satya Lencana Dwidya Sista, Bintang Bhayangkara Nararya, Bintang Yudha Dharma Nararya, and Bintang Bhayangkara Pratama.

Following the retirement, the father of four that has a thirst for knowledge, returned to academic life to obtain a PhD in 2002. He mostly teaches afterward, and became Rector of Bhayangkara University.

In 2007, Bibit followed the KPK Commissioners selection process for 2007-2011 term by upholding four beacons of corruption eradication: corruption eradication in legal framework; beyond repressive measures, dismantling the roots of corruption problem; making corruption eradication everyone’s business; and returning state losses. House Commission III then picked him as one of the five Commissioners. Bibit worked as Deputy Commissioner for enforcement, internal monitoring and public complaint.

Chandra M. Hamzah


Born in Jakarta, Feb. 25, 1967, Chandra graduated from Law Faculty of the University of Indonesia in 1995. During college years, he was the commander of student regiment and head of student senate. In 1998, he initiated the establishment of the Indonesian Center for Law and Policy Studies (PSHK).

Chandra holds several legal expertise licenses: Intellectual Property Consultant license, Tax Law Consultant license, Capital Market Law Consultant lisence, and Lawyer/Advisor/Advocate license.

He had worked at the Indonesian Legal Aid Institute Foundation (YLBHI) as assistant public prosecutor, before moving as legal staff at PT Unelec Indonesia (UNINDO). He spent many years as lawyer at a number of legal firms, including Erman Radjaguguk & Associates; as partner at Hamzah Tota Mulia law firm; senior lawyer at Lubis Ganie Surowidjojo; and as partner at Assegaf Hamzah & Partners.

Before joining KPK, Chandra was actively involved in corruption eradication activities as member of the Joint Team for Corruption Crime Eradication (TGPTPK) during 2000-2001. Within the same period, he also took part in the Preparation Team to Establish Anticorruption Commission. He served at KPK as Deputy Commissioner for enforcement, and enforcement and data.

 Mochamad Jasin


Born in Blitar, 14 June 1958, the father of two obtained his bachelor degree on State Administration at Brawijaya University in Malang, East Java, in 1984. Five years later, Mochamad Jasin received a master’s degree in Business Management from Technological University of The Philippines in Manila. A PhD from the same field was completed at Adamson University in Manila, The Philippines.

Jasin started his career as staff at the Ministry of Industry. He then the positions as Deputy Assistant on regional development at the Coordinating Ministry for Production and Distribution, and Deputy Assistant on development monitoring policy at the Coordinating Minister for Development Monitoring.

In 2000, when the State Officials Wealth Audit Agency (KPKPN) was established, Jasin was appointed as Head of Planning Bureau. After KPKPN was dismissed and KPK was founded, he joined and served as Director for State Officials Wealth Registration and Audit. He later became Director of Research and Development and Deputy Commissioner for Prevention.

Jasin actively participated in education and training programs. Besides administrative programs for civil servants and government officials like SPAMA, SPAMEN, and regular courses at the National Resilience Institute (Lemhanas), Jasin also attended expertise trainings on Search Seizure and Warrant at the Corruption Prevention Department, The Independent Commission Against Corruption in Hongkong; and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Information Handling at State Intelligence Agency (BIN).

At KPK, Jasin served as Deputy Commissioner for prevention and information and data.

 Haryono Umar (Wakil Ketua)


Haryono Umar was born in Prabumulih, South Sumatra, on 8 September 1960. He graduated from the State Accounting College (STAN) and went on to get his master’s degree from the University of Houston in Texas, the United States, in 1993. He completed a doctoral degree in Accounting from the University of Padjadjaran in Bandung, in 2005.

Before joining KPK, Haryono served at Financial Development Comptroller (BPKP) for 23 years, with his last position as Head of Planning Bureau. He has been an active member of professional organization Indonesian Accountant Association, leading the Public Accounting Compartment. He likes to share his knowledge in various publications, such as books, education modules, or analyses.

His skill in eradicating corruption was deepened after following a training on fraud held by PriceWaterhouse Coopers and Jim Petro Auditor Office, both based in the United States. He also participated in a number of trainings on good governance.

Haryono served as Deputy Commissioner for prevention, and internal monitoring and public complaint.

Tumpak Hatorangan Pangabean

The former Commissioner of KPK Period I in 2003-2007 was born in Sanggau, West Kalimantan Barat, on July 29, 1943. He completed his law education at the University of Tanjungpura, Pontianak, and went straight to public service in 1973 by working at the Attorney General’s Office.

His career at the AGO included as Head of Pangkalan Bun Prosecutors Office (1991-1993), Intelligence Assistant at Central Sulawesi High Prosecutors Office (1993-1994), Head of Dili Prosecutors Office (1994-1995), Head of Sub-Directorate of Ideological and Political Security at Junior Attorney General’s Office for Intelligence (1996-1997), Intelligence Assistant at Jakarta High Prosecutors Office (1997-1998), Deputy Head of Maluku High Prosecutors Office (1998-1999), Head of Maluku High Prosecutors Office (1999-2000), Head of South Sulawesi High Prosecutors Office (2000-2001), and Junior Attorney General Secretary on Special Crime (2001-2003).

The hardworking man received prestigious awards for civil servant Satya Lencana Karya Satya XX in 1997 and Satya Lencana Karya Satya XXX in 2003. The Attorney General then nominated him as KPK Commissioner in 2003.

After leading KPK in its first period, Tumpak in 2008 was appointed as Member of Commisioners Board of state-owned postal company PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) based on the State-Owned Enterprises Ministerial Decree, before the President appointed him as Acting KPK Commissioner with Waluyo and Mas Achmad Santosa.

Mas Achmad Santosa


The only newcomer in KPK, Mas Achmad Santosa is not a newbie in corruption eradication efforts. Ota, as he is affectionately called, was a member of Selection Committee for KPK Commissioners Period II in 2007. He is currently an Acting KPK Commissioner.

He has a long track record in legal field, serving as member of the Attorney General’s Office and Supreme Court Reform Team, and Coordinator of Expert Staff at the Attorney General’s Office when the institution was led by Abdurahman Saleh.

He is also known as environmental law expert, founding Indonesia Center for Environmental Law (ICEL), and ICEL’s Head of Supervisory Board with the specializations on Environmental Law, Good Governance, Legal Reform, and Conflict Resolution.

Born in Jakarta on March 10, 1956, Mas Achmad Santosa obtained his bachelor degree in Law from the University of Indonesia, and received an LLM from Osgoode Hall Law School in York University, the United Kingdom. He held the positions as Secretary of Yayasan LBH Indonesia’s Supervisory Board and Advisor of Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia. The government granted him the prestigious award Satya Lencana Pembangunan in 2001.
Mas Achmad currently serves as KPK’s Acting Deputy Commissioner, focusing on enforcement and law.



Born in Klaten on Dec. 16, 1956, Waluyo was KPK’s Deputy for Prevention within October 2004 and March 2008. He left KPK after being appointed as Director of General Affairs and Human Resources at state-owned energy company PT Pertamina.

Waluyo graduated from Mechanical Engineering Major of Trisakti University and Magistrate of Management from Prasetya Mulya Management School.

His career began at an oil and gas multinational company, building a career from staff to Vice President at various divisions: operation, maintenance, engineering, logistics, project, health, work safety and environmental protection, human resources, business ethics and internal monitoring, including a one-year assignment to the United States. His last position at the company was Vice President Business Ethics and Assurance.

Waluyo was appointed as KPK’s Acting Deputy Chief and was sworn in by the President in October 2009. He served for two years until the definitive Commissioners were selected.

Waluyo served as Deputy Commissioner on internal monitoring and public complaint, and information and data.