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Indonesia president says no plan to drop controversial anti-graft bill

Reuters Friday, 1 November 2019
Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Friday he had no plan to revoke a new law that critics fear could curb the powers of the country's anti-corruption agency and that has triggered nationwide demonstrations.
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