The chairman of Indonesia's ruling party, Anas Urbaningrum, announced his resignation on Saturday after the country's anti-graft body named him a suspect in a multi-million-dollar corruption case.
In this photo, taken on February 17, 2013, Democratic Party chairman Anas Urbaningrum (L) applauds during the party congress with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, in Jakarta. Indonesia's anti-graft body has named Urbaningrum as a suspect in connection with a multi-million-dollar corruption case, the latest scandal to hit the president's party ahead of 2014 elections.
"I quit as the chairman of the Democratic Party," he told reporters in a press conference.
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