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Six dead and two hundred injured in protests in Jakarta against re-election Either Widodo

In the Indonesian capital of Jakarta is the Wednesday after the re-election of president Either Widodo to street protests come. In a clash between the police and supporters of Either’s opponent, Prabowo Subianto, were six deaths.

In addition, also touched at least two hundred people injured. Were also several cars on fire. The police turn water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets in to the crowd to disperse.

Prabowo accuses his rival that the elections of april would have manipulated. The electoral commission points out that accusations of the hand and says that everything is correct went. The retiring president received in the presidential election of last month, 55,5 percent of the votes, while Prabowo was 44,5 percent, Tuesday announced. Prabowo announced then that he with all possible legal means, the results will disagree.

After his loss at the ballot of 2014 was the former general to the court stepped, but he caught it when bone.

Indonesia, which consists of more than 17,000 islands, is the third largest democracy and the largest muslim country in the world. The country has more than 260 million inhabitants, of which about 193 million eligible voters.