Saturday, 29 February 2020

Police fire tear gas at protesters in Tanah Abang, Jakarta, Indonesia, early May 22, 2019. Indonesian police fired tear gas on Wednesday to disperse protesters in central Jakarta following a rally held after official results showed President Joko Widodo had been comfortably re-elected, a Reuters witness said. Antara Foto/Muhammad Adimaja

A mobile brigade (Brimob) police officer carries a weapon during a clash with locals in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 22, 2019. The General Election Commission (KPU) confirmed unofficial counts by private pollsters in the April 17 election, which gave Widodo a 55.5% share of votes against 44.5% for his opponent Prabowo Subianto. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

A mobile brigade (Brimob) police officer aims a tear gas weapon during a clash with locals in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 22, 2019. Widodo won more than 85 million votes of a total of 154 million cast in the world's third-largest democracy, but Prabowo told reporters he believed there had been widespread cheating and about 1,000 supporters gathered in Jakarta. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Police fire tear gas at protesters in Tanah Abang, Jakarta, Indonesia, early May 22, 2019. The rally ended peacefully but later Indonesian police fired tear gas as some protesters hurled fireworks and other objects at officers in riot gear in a main street in the capital, TV footage showed. Antara Foto/Muhammad Adimaja

Mobile brigade (Brimob) police officers use weapons during a clash with locals in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 22, 2019. Prabowo, a retired general, pledged he would "continue to make legal efforts in line with the constitution to defend the mandate of the people". REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Mobile brigade (Brimob) police officers aim tear gas weapons during a clash with locals in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 22, 2019. On Monday, an election supervisory agency dismissed claims of systematic cheating, citing a lack of evidence. Independent observers have said the poll was free and fair. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan