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Monday, April 25, 2022

Aksi Kamisan, a weekly rally staged in front of the Presidential Palace, has entered its 15th year. Kamisan activist, Maria Katarina Sumarsih, talks about her fight for the cause.

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Maria Catarina Sumarsih, the mother of Benardinus Realino Norma Irawan, a student of Atma Jaya University who was killed during the Semanggi I incident in November 1998, stages a Thursday Action in front of the Presidential Palace, Central Jakarta. TEMPO/Subekti . tempo : 171920741861.

AFTER a hiatus due to the pandemic, Aksi Kamisan, or Thursday Action, a protest held every Thursday to demand the resolution of gross human rights violation cases is back again at the western corner of the National Monument, Central Jakarta, right across the Presidential Palace. On Thursday, April 14, demonstrators, most of them clad in black outfits and holding black umbrellas, began to arrive at the location. They stood in a circle and listened


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