Hey man, the corruption is not that bad in here, we got like the second highest economic growth in the world last year after China. All those corruptions in Indonesia, regardless of how bad the public perception are, only manages to lower the economic growth from 7% to 6%. So yes, there are corruptions here and there, but not to the extent that it prevents any kind of progress to be made.
Democratically, Malaysia is where Indonesia was 15 years ago. Single ruling party that is indistinguishable from the bureaucratic central government and ineffective oppositions that are gaining popular support momentum. It might need to take one or two more elections until Malaysia arrives at where Indonesia is at the moment, a multi-party system that is admittedly a bit chaotic due to the power vacuum left by the downfall of the ruling party and the political tug of war that inevitably ensues.
As an Indonesian, I wish our neighbor the best on their path to democratic maturity. The path would be wrought with lots of political instability and endless bickering, but it would be the best gift we could give for our next generations.