Indonesia MPs rule FinMin can be considered for central bank job
JAKARTA, March 5 (Reuters) - Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo cleared the first hurdle to becoming head of Indonesia's central bank when a parliamentary commission decided on Tuesday he was eligible to be considered for the governorship, despite being barred five years ago.
"The decision will hold the fit-and-proper test and it will be scheduled," Vera Febyanthy, a member of the commission, told reporters.
(Reporting by Randy Fabi and Rieka Rahadiana; Writing by Jonathan Thatcher. Editing by Jeremy Gaunt.)