Indonesian students vow to return to streets, this time joining workers against jobs bill


Workers march on the street in front of the House of Representatives complex in Central Jakarta to protest against the omnibus bill on job creation on Jan 13. - JP/ANN

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The head of the University of Indonesia’s (UI) student executive body (BEM), Fajar Adi Nugroho, says the university's students are planning to stage a rally against a proposed bill on job creation.

"There is a high chance that we will take to the streetS again. [Revoking the omnibus bill] will be among our demands [in the upcoming rally] that have not been fulfilled since #ReformasiDikorupsi, ” Fajar said at the Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) office in Jakarta on Thursday (Feb 20), as quoted by kompas.com.

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