GNPF-MUI Promises Peaceful Rally

Arga sumantri    •    03 Mei 2017 19:44 WIB
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GNPF-MUI Promises Peaceful Rally
Kapitra Ampera (Photo:Antara/Jefri Aries), Jakarta: The National Movement of defenders of Indonesian Ulema council's Edicts (GNPF-MUI) has promised that the May 5 rally will run peacefully.

"It should be peaceful," GNPF-MUI member Kapitra Ampera said on Wednesday.

Muslim hardliners will gather ahead of the Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama's blasphemy trial. They will gather in front of the Supreme Court office.

Muslim hardliners will monitor the North Jakarta District Court's verdict. They will demand the harshest sentence.

Previously, public prosecutors demanded a year in prison with two years of probation for the politician.