Thursday, 21 November 2019

Manik Marganamahendra, a student leader at the University of Indonesia, gestures as he delivers a speech during a protest over human rights, corruption and social and environmental issues in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 28, 2019. Picture taken October 28, 2019. Quietly spoken and with a slight frame, Manik Marganamahendra comes across as an unlikely figure to be at the vanguard of Indonesia's biggest student-led protest movement in decades. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Manik Marganamahendra, a student leader at the University of Indonesia, puts a hand on his chest as he prays during a ceremony to commemorate a student activist who died during the 1998 riots, in Depok, south of Jakarta, Indonesia, October 14, 2019. Picture taken October 14, 2019. The 22-year-old, who chairs the student board at University of Indonesia, is one of the several thousand students, activists and workers gathered near parliament in September to oppose a new law that critics say undermines the fight against graft, and a new criminal code outlawing sex outside marriage, and criminalizing insulting the president's honour. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Manik Marganamahendra, a student leader at the University of Indonesia, poses for pictures with female students after an event to commemorate a student activist who died during the 1998 riots, in Depok, south of Jakarta, Indonesia, October 16, 2019. Picture taken October 16, 2019. At times braving tear gas and water cannon, Marganamahendra has in the last few months helped forge a loose network of students, activists, workers and civil groups into a national movement capable of getting tens of thousands onto the streets. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Manik Marganamahendra, a student leader at the University of Indonesia, hands out signs as he prepares to takes part in a protest over human rights, corruption and social and environmental issues in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 28, 2019. Picture taken October 28, 2019. Students have led the rallies across the country for since end-September which led to five deaths and scores injured, in some of the biggest since 1998 student protests fuelled unrest that led to the fall of former strongman leader Suharto. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

University students gesture as they shout slogans during a protest in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 21, 2019. Picture taken October 21, 2019. Appearing to be caught out by the size of the rallies, ministers have at times accused the protesters of attacking the state, but the president has also offered to talk to students. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

University students and members of Indonesian labour organisations take part in a protest over human rights, corruption and social and environmental issues in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 28, 2019. Picture taken October 28, 2019. President Joko Widodo also ordered parliament to delay voting on the criminal code because 14 articles of the new criminal code needed further review after input from various groups and ordered his minister "to perfect" the bill before it is deliberated on by parliament. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan