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Discussions to Dampen Demonstrations

Monday, September 12, 2022

The police invited labor unions and university students to discussions in order to prevent protests against increased fuel prices. Many did not come.

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Members of Indonesian labor organizations protest against the government outside the Indonesian Parliament following raised subsidised fuel prices in Jakarta, September 6. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana . tempo : 171921352490.

NIPI Sopandi received an invitation to attend a focus group discussion via WhatsApp on Wednesday, August 31. A photo of a sealed golden envelope marked “Bekasi City Police” was attached to the message.

In the invitation, the police asked Nipi, Chairman of the Bekasi Labor Union Federation-Congress Alliance of Indonesia’s Labor Unions, as well as leaders and representatives of other labor unions in Bekasi, West Java, to attend a


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