Police name one suspect after rally against job creation omnibus bill turns into riot

first_img“We have yet to find out [who started the riot] because most of the detainees were students or unemployed,” Yusri said on Saturday as quoted by kompas.com.Read also: Thousands stage rally against controversial bills currently under deliberationLabor groups, university students and other civil groups staged rallies in front of the House complex demanding that the legislative body stop deliberating the controversial omnibus bill on job creation, as well as revoke the Pancasila Ideology Guidelines (HIP) bill from the National Legislation Program (Prolegnas).The rally turned into a riot, however, after several protestors began throwing rocks at the police, who responded by shooting tear gas. Twenty people were arrested for allegedly inciting the riot.Yusri went on to say that the police had released the other 19 detainees on Saturday. They were questioned as witnesses and the police can summon them again at a later date, according to tempo.co. (dpk)Topics : The Jakarta Police has named one of 20 arrested protesters a suspect for reportedly inciting a riot during a protest against the omnibus bill on job creation in front of the House of Representatives complex in Senayan, Central Jakarta, on Thursday.Jakarta Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Yusri Yunus said the suspect had allegedly thrown rocks at a police officer standing guard during the rally, without providing further details about the suspect.last_img read more

Singaporean investor adds Enoggera to property portfolio

first_img SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN ENOGGERA The property at 100 Edith St, Enoggera sold for $873,000.A Singaporean investor has snapped up 100 Edith St, Enoggera, while another flew in to Brisbane this month, saying Australia was on top of his investment list for 2019.The four-bedroom property in Enoggera had been on the market since before Christmas and received three offers which were below the vendor’s target.Place Coorparoo lead agent Jamal Naouri said a buyer’s agent viewed the property and recommended it be part of her overseas investor’s portfolio. A tidy property to add to the investment portfolio. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“Enoggera is a growth area, it is top line for investors,” Mr Naouri said.“This house was fully renovated in 2016 so it had all the elements for stable tenants, they would not have any issues with the property.” The overseas investor saw 100 Edith Street as a good property to rent out.center_img >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< The house was purchased on January 30 for $873,000.A week later, Mr Naouri had another Singaporean investor interested in the north Brisbane property market.“I picked him up from his hotel,” Mr Naouri said.“He said he knows a lot about countries and Australia is basically the one that is going to be on the top of his list in 2019 simply because of the economy and growth.”last_img read more