At least six people have been killed in Jakarta as protests continued on Wednesday, after the official results of last month's election confirmed the re-election of Joko Widodo as president.
The protesters, who are largely supporters of presidential candidate and former military general Prabowo Subianto insist a widespread fraud took place before, during and after the election, leading to Widodo's victory.
The protesters claimed the men killed were shot by riot police.
Police deny those allegations.
All major roads and public transport routes have been shut down in Jakarta, with more than 20-thousand police deployed to stop the protests spreading.