Jakarta police fired tear gas on Monday as they battled protesters angered by Indonesia’s new corruption law and proposed criminal code.
Large-scale demonstrations began last week over the new law, which critics say weakens Indonesia’s anti-corruption agency.
There’s also anger over the penal code – which would ban sex outside marriage and outlaw most abortions – as well as several wider issues.
President Joko Widodo was re-elected this year promising clean government, and will be sworn in for a second term on 20 October.
The vote on the criminal code has been postponed to the next parliament, and he has suggested he might consider revoking the corruption law.