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By local law, the Pride parade has to be led by a police car clearing the route for vehicles and floats.
Religious police in Aceh have also been known to target Muslim women without head scarves or those wearing tight clothes, and people drinking alcohol or gambling.
Two women were detained in October last year on suspicion of being lesbians after they were seen hugging in public, and were made to undergo “rehabilitation”, according to media reports.
Aceh is the only province in Muslim-majority Indonesia that criminalises same-sex relations and that uses sharia as its legal code in addition to the national criminal code.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on Indonesia to release the men, who were detained last month.
“But in the wake of the verdict, we want to be sensitive to the population that is grieving.