Paradise Papers Add to Indonesian To-Do List for Asset Recovery

The “Paradise Papers,” millions of confidential documents on offshore investments that were leaked this week, have shed light on the financial affairs of world leaders such as Queen Elizabeth II and the president of Colombia. They also cite several prominent politicians in the world’s fourth largest country, Indonesia, including children of its famously corrupt late dictator Suharto, who skimmed over $30 billion in his lifetime.

The documents cite Suharto’s daughter Mamiek and son Tommy, a playboy businessman and convicted murderer; Sandiaga Uno, an entrepreneur and the current deputy of Jakarta; and Prabowo Subianto, a businessman, former army general, and current opposition coalition leader who narrowly lost the 2014 presidential election.

FILE - Indonesia's losing presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto (L) addresses the Constitutional Court as his running mate Hatta Rajasa (C) listens in Jakarta, August 6, 2014.

FILE – Indonesia’s

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