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JAKARTA (JP): Thousands of students across the country took to the streets on Monday with divided calls but a unified claim to uphold the reform movement.
No clashes were reported in the first massive head-to-head meeting between anti-Abdurrahman protesters and his supporters.
In what many believed to be the biggest rally ever, over 5,000 students from some 40 universities across Java and Sumatra marched from the University of Indonesia (UI) campus on Jl. Salemba, Central Jakarta to the House of Representatives to express their full support of the House special committee investigating two financial scandals allegedly involving President Abdurrahman "Gus Dur" Wahid.
"How can Gus Dur lead the country, if he is proven corrupt. He should just step down," Andre Rosiade, president of students of private Trisakti University said in his speech.
Coming mostly from UI, the Bandung Institute of Technology …