As we all know that corruption in this country is a cause for concern. Even at the level of destroying the joints of people's lives that should be prosperous with abundant natural resources. At the international level, the Indonesian people as part of the world community have a bad image related to corruption. Based on the Corruption perception index issued by Transparency International, Indonesia in 2017 had an index of 37 out of 100 and was in position 96 out of 180 countries surveyed.
Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum in The Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018 stated that the biggest obstacle in doing business
in Indonesia is corruption with a value of 15.4. This situation will result in foreign investors to other countries that are considered to have a better climate. Conditions like this ultimately worsen the economy in all its aspects in this country.
The Indonesian government has made great efforts to combat corruption in various ways. The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) as an independent institution that specifically handles corruption crimes committed by government officials and other parties carries out curative efforts for corruption. Efforts to enforce this requires no small cost. Not to mention if it is calculated from the impact on the life of society and the state. The cheapest and most effective way to eradicate corruption is by taking preventive measures, such as anti-corruption education and instilling the values of integrity in children from an early age.