'No room' in Indonesia for gay rights, says president's spokesman
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Comments come as Human Rights Watch report on increasing targeting of LGBT community by politicians
There is “no room” for the gay community in Indonesia, the president’s spokesman has said, as a new report criticised officials for an unprecedented series of LGBT attacks.
“Rights of citizens like going to school and getting an ID card are protected, but there is no room in Indonesia for the proliferation of the LGBT movement,” presidential spokesman Johan Budi said.