October 21, 2020, 01.11 AM

Jakarta Police Chief Inspector General Nana Sudjana said that the protesters were not allowed to approach the State Palace.

“Currently, there are [new] rules. The protesters can only gather at the Arjuna Wiwaha statue,” Nana told reporters on Tuesday.

“They want to meet with representatives from the Palace to convey their aspirations. So, we relay their message to the Office of Presidential Staff,” he said.

Last week, similar protests were held in Jakarta twice. The protests turned violent as protesters clashed with the police.

Source: Kompas.com


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