|Is there a corruptor there with the monkey eating banana?|
and owners will be compensated. It is a weird show if Jakarta corruptors being detained there together with the beast, forced to act like a gladiator. Is it a good idea? Not really, you absolutely go against human rights (classic). If the government will also provide skills training and alternative livelihood opportunities to monkey trainers, on the contrary, they will also keep providing more "services" for anybody stealing people money on behalf of human rights. So skip the torture context here.
Many people throughout Jakarta will be affected by the government's new regulation. But there's no new significant regulation about how to stop man from stealing people's money when it comes to bureaucracy and political interests.
With or without monkey, the city has already had "monkeys" in all walks of life--the greedy creatures which feel unsatisfied only with one banana in his hand. So which is better or the best: Jakarta without corruptors or Without monkey? Just fancy any leaders or politicians here stop campaigning, yelling: say no to corruption in the upcoming 2014 Indonesian Presidential Election, but, rather, start preparing gallows or fire squads on behalf of human rights...... Hm, weird!