jakarta - Indonesian President Joko Widodo represents his state visit to Australia, after the violent protests in Jakarta on Friday. In a statement, he announced that, in view of the recent situation, his presence in the country is required. The president would Sunday for a three-day visit to Australia, where he would address parliament on Monday.
The police said Saturday that the demonstration of radical Muslims who demanded the resignation of the governor of the capital, more than a hundred people were injured. A person came to the riots killed.
The demonstration proceeded peacefully at first, but the situation got out of hand at the presidential palace. The police harassed the demonstrators with tear gas and water cannon.