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  /   Wed, January 9 2019   /  01:15 am
Activists stage a rally in front of the Presidential Palace in Jakarta on Tuesday, demanding the government abolish the Electronic Information and Transactions Law after an anticorruption activist in Blitar, East Java, was named a defamation suspect for writing a Facebook post accusing a regent of corruption.(JP/Seto Wardhana)(JP/Seto Wardhana)

Activists stage a rally in front of the Presidential Palace in Jakarta on Tuesday, demanding the government abolish the Electronic Information and Transactions Law after an anticorruption activist in Blitar, East Java, was named a defamation suspect for writing a Facebook post accusing a regent of corruption.(JP/Seto Wardhana)...