Indonesian entertainers protest law on blasphemy in music

JAKARTA (AFP) – Indonesian entertainers have rallied against a draft law that seeks to ban blasphemous and ‘pornographic’ music content, which critics say could be used to clamp down on freedom of expression in the Muslim-majority nation. More than 100 protestors – many carrying placards or playing guitars and drums – took to the streets of Bogor, near Jakarta, on Sunday to demonstrate against the proposed law. More details in Tuesday’s Borneo Bulletin