President Joko Widodo swept to power in October promising widespread reforms - the first Indonesian president not to come from the military or the political elite. But a stand-off between the country’s police and anti-corruption agency sparked a political crisis that threatened to derail his reforms. Fiona Symon spoke to Harry Jacques about how the affair was resolved.

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