Indonesia MPs sworn-in after mass protests, arrests

Indonesians have demonstrated nationwide for the past week against proposed laws that they say would curtail freedoms and cripple efforts to stop corruption.

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    In Indonesia, new members of parliament have been sworn-in following a night of further protests and hundreds of arrests.

    Indonesians have demonstrated nationwide for the past week.

    They have been protesting against proposed laws that they say would curtail freedoms and cripple efforts to stop corruption.

    Al Jazeera's Raheela Mahomed reports from Jakarta.


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