Indonesia’s parliament is on a mission to entrench a new conservative morality as law, before new MPs are sworn in.
Sex outside of marriage would become a crime, and it would be illegal to insult the president.
Critics say the nation’s highly successful anti-corruption agency is under threat.
Indonesia correspondent David Lipson has more.
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