Omnibus Law Protests Continue in Indonesia

Demonstrations across Indonesia continue to rock the country as Parliament refuses to revoke the Omnibus Law, a much-criticized bill that passes neoliberal reforms including deregulation and cutting workers’ rights. Over 800 arrests were made up to the 11th of October, although protests continue across the country.

9th of October Protests

Anarchists took to the streets thousand-strong against the Omnibus bill and the introduction of neoliberalism into the country.

11th of October Protests

Students across the country took to the streets to oppose the introduction of neoliberalism into the country.

12th of October Protests

About 115 protesters were arrested on the 12th of October, mainly centered around Jakarta where the biggest riots took place.

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