AGO claims exclusive authority to ban books
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Fake it: A trader compares pirated and original versions of the Cikeas Octopus, a controversial bestselling book about President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s family business, at Palasari market, Bandung, West Java, on Monday. The photocopied version sells for Rp 80,000 and the original copy Rp 125,000. Antara/Agus BebengWhile calls mount for the government to stop banning books, the Attorney Gene...
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