Indonesia's Parliament yesterday passed an anti-terror Bill into law that will allow the authorities to make pre-emptive arrests and detain terror suspects for longer, based only on preliminary leads.
Parliament Deputy Speaker Agus Hermanto, who presided over yesterday's plenary session, asked members of the House: "Let us ask all factions. Do we agree to ratify the anti-terror Bill?"
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