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The Jakarta Police have decided not to issue protest permits from Oct. 15 until the presidential inauguration on Oct. 20.
The National Association of University Student Executive Bodies (BEM-SI) had planned to hold a protest on Oct. 20 if President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo had yet to issue a government regulation in lieu of law (Perppu) to revoke the new Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Law. Should the protest take place on Sunday, Kodam Jayakarta commander Maj. Gen. Eko Margiyono said it would be considered illegal. (JP/Rafaela Chandra)